There is a weak broad upper-level low over Florida producing dry air in the Gulf of Mexico and drawing moisture into South Florida from the Caribbean. Also, there is a weak wave nearby and that could mean a good rain chance through Thursday. By Friday, we will return to a more typical pattern of overnight/early morning coastal showers and isolated inland storms in the afternoon. It will definitely seem drier going into the weekend. For now, have the rain gear on hand.
Tropical Update: All is quiet. The last advisory on Danielle was written at 5 am. It fell apart over Mexico. However, disorganized rain showers are currently over the area.
Have a wonderful day South Florida and stay dry!
Meteorologist, AMS Certified
WSVN Channel 7