Saturday will bring plenty of sunshine to the region. A spotty shower or two may develop over South Florida later in the afternoon, but many communities will remain dry. Highs will reach the upper 80s.
There will be more clouds and thunderstorms Sunday afternoon. Rain coverage will go from 20 percent early weekend to 40 percent Sunday. Thus, the stormy weather will not be widespread but residents should understand the increasing chance. Much of Sunday will feature partial sun; the morning will be especially bright.
Beryl is now a subtropical storm. It may become a tropical storm this weekend as it moves southwestward towards northern Florida. Tropical Storm Warnings have been issued for northeastern Florida, coastal Georgia, and parts of the South Carolina coast. Wind and rain will increase there Saturday night.
Locally in south Florida, we will not be affected by Beryl.