Local Weather: 

An early Summer pattern continues for South Florida with plenty of heat and humidity. Also, daily sea breeze interactions will fire up some inland afternoon storms. This will be the case through the weekend.

By early next week, most of the computer models are showing that big changes are coming. If they are right, we will be experiencing plenty of heavy rain starting Monday night into Tuesday.

Tropical Update: 

Area #1: Satellite pictures are not showing anything right now. but The National Hurricane Center is stating that an area of low pressure could develop in the Southern Gulf of Mexico. They are giving this potential area of low pressure a low chance of 30% to develop through the next 5 days. Regardless of development, heavy rainfall will be possible for Florida next week.

Area #2: Tropical Depression Bonnie redevelops off the Eastern coast of North Carolina. It will continue to spread heavy rainfall over the area through tonight before moving away from the coast. It will likely dissipate in the next 48 hours.

Have a great day South Florida and make it a safe one!

Vivian Gonzalez 

Meteorologist, AMS 

WSVN Channel 7 

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