High pressure is working its way back in across the region drifting south towards The Keys.
This movement will have our winds shifting out of the southwest throughout Saturday. As a result, we could see spotty showers and a few storms by the afternoon/evening hours before the activity dries out Saturday night.
The high will be in control for Sunday and Monday. With more sunshine than cloud cover expected on those days, daytime highs are forecast to hit the mid 90s across South Florida, possibly a few degrees shy of record heat.
By midweek, a cold front will move in over Lake Okeechobee. This will bump up our chance for rain as moisture gets trapped across South Florida.
The front will fade by the second half of the work week as we resume our typical rain pattern of spotty morning showers and inland afternoon/evening thunderstorms.
There are no areas of interest expected over the next 5 days.
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