We’ve been challenged by “back to back” stormy weather days across south Florida. Numerous spurts of rain and lightning can be traced to three things: excess tropical moisture, active sea breezes, and upper low pressure spinning over us. The upper low will trudge west into the Gulf on Wednesday but deep layered moisture will be left behind. Meanwhile, those active air circulations (from sea breezes) will still lead to scattered rain periods again. Looking ahead, Thursday could bring more noticeable times of improvement… especially if high pressure and onshore breezes gain control. The so called “wild card” feature of the week, comes later. The late week time frame could send us back into the same unsettled pattern as another moisture surge could shift into south Florida from the Bahamas. That would be from Friday into the weekend. Stay tuned.