South Florida grab your umbrellas and keep them close by for the next few days. Our rain chances are going up as a wetter pattern sets up across the area. An upper-level low (non-tropical) is expected to develop close to the Bahamas on Friday and move our way. This will create an unsettled environment allowing for more moisture to get pulled up from the Caribbean. The air will be just right for us to see scattered storms developing on Friday and more numerous on Saturday. I don’t believe the weekend will be a washout, but expect it to be soggy and stormy at times. Next week, drier air builds as upper-level low moves well into the Gulf of Mexico. Temperatures will be normal in the upper 80’s for highs as we officially start Fall this weekend.
Have a wonderful day and make it a safe one!
Meteorologist, AMS Certified
WSVN Channel 7