South Florida have the umbrellas and rain boots with you for one more day! More clouds than sunshine can be expected this Tuesday.
We still have plenty of deep tropical moisture in place due to a disturbance sitting over North Florida. For now, look for numerous showers and storms to form capable of producing frequent lightning and flooding in poor drainage areas. Waterspouts will be possible around South Florida waters as well. By Wednesday, it will not be as wet with gradual improvements likely going into the end of the week.
Most of the computer models are showing that a better breeze off of the ocean will build into the weekend with high pressure strengthening over the Southeast United States. This means we will see bright sunshine early with inland afternoon storms. A very typical Summer pattern!
Tropical Update: All is quiet.
Stay dry and keep it tuned to your Storm Station South Florida!
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