Scattered showers and storms activity will start firing up this weekend as a front closes in on South Florida. As it nears, a wind shift will push hot/humid air from the Gulf of Mexico in our direction. This will result in storm clouds moving in by the afternoon hours off the southwest winds pushing the activity from the inland areas to the metro and coastal cities on Saturday.
As the front gets closer to Central Florida, expect even more storms on Sunday and Monday. Models suggest this feature will stall out and keep us on the stormy side thru Tuesday.
High pressure will build in and bring a typical summer pattern back to South Florida for the second half of the week.
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