Big bursts of storms were making a comeback on Tuesday afternoon, over much of south Florida. Unstable air and numerous boundaries kept the action strong and persistent. The developing wild weather has been “par for the course” lately. At the heart of the matter has been a large low pressure system that’s been spinning to our north. In turn, it’s drawn up a huge amount of tropical air hovering over us. The low is slowly going to weaken and lift away. As a result, we’ll get a subtle wind shift and a less active weather pattern. High pressure from the Atlantic will be able to take over as the main weather feature. For southeast Florida it will mean the return of some long lost sunshine. It’s also back to a typical summertime pattern… with morning sunshine and scattered storms based over interior locations.