It is the rainy season after all, but our rain chances will remain a tad above what is typical this time of year.
There is some moisture at the surface by Eastern Cuba that will get nudged towards the Bahamas and South Florida on Thursday. The mix of daily heating and the infusion of tropical moisture will lead to a chance of scattered downpours. This wet stretch will last through Saturday.
7 Day Rain Chances
Typical Probabilities for the season range between 30% and 40%. We will be above that until Friday. Saturday should come down to average and drier by Sunday. Chances pick up again by next week.
Check of the Tropics
There are four tropical waves in the Atlantic and Caribbean Sea. All have some rain to them but we are not expecting any to develop.
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