Hello Summer!

Good morning South Florida,

We are waking up to some dry conditions, expect to receive some widely scattered showers  during the afternoon and evening hours. With drier air in place, the dewpoint temperatures will fall into the 60’s allowing for lower humidity levels with high temperatures generally in the mid to upper 80’s while lows are in the mid 70’s. Winds will continue to push East-Northeast ranging from 5-15 mph. Currently our rain chances are at 30%, but with the added moisture from the South we will have to increase the rain chances closer to Wednesday afternoon. Later into the week, the easterly flow will return along with our typical summer-like pattern.

Tropical Update: As of 8 AM Advisory, the Depression as turned into Tropical Storm Danielle.

As per The National Hurricane Center at 5 AM this morning: Rains from tropical depression four are beginning to spread across the Coast of Mexico and the center of the depression is expected to move inland over Eastern Mexico later today or tonight. It could become a tropical storm before it makes landfall later today. However, it is expected to produce about 6-10 inches with isolated maximum of 15 inches in the higher terrain. These rains could cause life-threatening flash floods and mud slides.

Boaters and beach goers pleased be advised that there is a high risk of rip currents in the Atlantic Ocean and a small craft advisory for high winds and seas.

Tonight, at 6:34 PM Summer will officially begin!! Make it a great day South Florida!

Vivian Gonzalez

Meteorologist, AMS

WSVN- Channel 7