There’s plenty of steamy air over south Florida this Easter. Temperatures are running almost 10 degrees above average (along with extra high humidity). The pattern isn’t likely to change anytime soon, so we’ll round out the month of March with this kind of weather. In the meantime, our air is arriving out of the southeast but with less rain around. The storm track (and deepest moisture) has shifted slightly north and continues to impact northern areas of Florida. The next weather change involves the approach of a cold front from late Monday through Tuesday. This will happen as high pressure breaks down over the fringes of our area. The boundary may slow down and weaken once it gets closer to south Florida. Regardless, we’ll need to watch for the increase of rain showers and thunderstorms during the early week.