Tropical moisture is still around and leaving South Florida with a good rain chance. The storms that develop could produce excessive lightning, heavy rainfall leading to localized street flooding and gusty winds. By tomorrow, area of low pressure lifts North and we will still have an unstable atmosphere. However, high pressure will begin to build into the Southeast United States on Friday signaling changes.
Computer models are showing that once high pressure nudges closer to the Florida Peninsula, winds will shift off the ocean and a more typical pattern returns for the weekend. Early sunshine and afternoon inland storms that develop along the sea breeze collisions will favor Southwest Florida. Therefore, it will seem not as wet.
Have a wonderful day South Florida and make it a safe one!
Meteorologist, AMS Certified
WSVN Channel 7