We remain in a rather quiet weather pattern in South Florida with no significant weather systems to track this weekend and into next week. On Sunday, weather conditions will be similar as Saturday, although I’m not expecting there to be as many showers as on Saturday. Instead, expect a blend of sun and clouds paired with a spotty shower, moderate humidity levels and high temperatures above average into the mid to upper 80s, which will feel closer to 90F due to the humidity.

The breeze will not be as strong but still gusty along the coast blowing out of the northeast, so a high rip current risk remains for the east coast beaches.

Now on the all-important, Halloween holiday, conditions will remain very similar as this weekend. Expect sun, clouds and the small chance for a passing shower, but the weather overall will be great for Halloween. It will feel sticky out there, however, with above average temperatures, so hopefully light and airy costumes were selected because it will be a warm evening for trick-or-treating.

For the rest of our new week, it will be characterized as another dry one overall. There will be the occasional shower, especially near the coast on Wednesday and into late-week. Temperatures early to mid week will remain warm, topping off into the mid to upper 80s but then should drop a few degrees back into the mid 80s late week with lower humidity.

In the tropics, there remains two areas to watch. One near Bermuda with a low, 10% chance of forming and a broad low pressure system over the Caribbean Sea with a high, 70% chance of forming. This Caribbean system is expected to become a tropical depression over the next few days as it tracks in a general west to northwest direction. With a weak front over South Florida mid to late week, this is expected to protect us from this system and should instead steer it into Central America by next weekend. Regardless of development, heavy rain remains possible across many of the Caribbean Islands from the Lesser Antilles through Jamaica.

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