Typical pattern for South Florida with overnight/morning passing coastal shower followed by afternoon inland storms. A few could sneak into the metro/coastal locations as winds lighten up late in the day.
A few more showers possible Thursday through the weekend as an upper-low moves to our South. However, not a washout of a forecast for the long weekend.
The main concern will be the high rip current risk and choppier seas as winds increase off the ocean.
Today in the Tropics:
Low pressure area located several hundred miles East of the Lesser Antilles is showing signs of organizations. Showers and storms continue to increase, but there isn’t a well-defined center of circulation based on recent satellite data. Conditions are favorable for gradual development and a Tropical Depression is likely to form as it moves W/NW to the North of the Lesser Antilles. NHC giving it a high chance to develop.
Broad low pressure located between the West coast of Africa and the Cape Verde Islands is producing disorganized showers and storms. Some development possible during the next couple of days. By late this week, it will encounter cooler waters that would impede further development. High chance to form now.
In the North-Central Atlantic there is an area of low pressure that could form as it gets cut-off from a front. Some development possible later this week into a subtropical system later this week while it drifts to the East. Medium chance to form.
Have a wonderful day South Florida and make it a safe one!
Meteorologist, AMS Certified
WSVN Channel 7