Drier air has moved into South Florida and is expected to linger through at least Tuesday. As a result, we’ll see partly sunny skies with isolated showers and storms. Off of the ocean breeze, the heaviest activity would be inland by the afternoon and evening hours.
We could return to a more soggy setup by the latter half of the work week as a tropical wave over the eastern Caribbean Sea moves closer to South Florida. If the wave holds, we will see a better chance for storms by Thursday afternoon.
A non-tropical low in the open Atlantic is producing disorganized showers and storms. It has low chances for development over the next 5 days.
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