We are looking at a typical summertime pattern this weekend and into the start of the work week. We will start off with morning sunshine and see the clouds building over South Florida with the heating of the day. The sea breeze will fire up by the afternoon hours leading to storms favoring the inland areas through the evening.


As a cold front gets close to North Florida by the middle of the work week, we will be grabbing the umbrellas. Expect more showers and storms spreading across the metro and coastal areas, not just the inland spots.

Fiona will likely become a tropical depression today as it continues to fizzle out over the open Atlantic waters.


A broad low and tropical wave is producing disorganized storms to the west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. National Hurricane Center has stated this feature could become a tropical depression by the middle of next week. It has a medium chance for development over the next 5 days. Regardless of development, this one looks to be a rainmaker for the Caribbean Islands.


Additionally, a tropical wave is forecast to move off the west coast of Africa late on Saturday. This feature has medium chances for development through the next 5 days.


Still far far away from South Florida, we have plenty of time to monitor these system.


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