After some early sunshine, showers and storms return to the weather pattern Monday afternoon, mainly in the western areas of metro South Florida.
Clouds will build as the sea breeze punches in this afternoon, triggering more rainfall across South Florida. The chance for storms will be higher in the Keys throughout the afternoon and evening. Expect mid-day highs to reach 88 with East winds at 5–10 mph.
Skies will become partly cloudy Monday night as lows drop to 78. There may be some overnight coastal showers as well.
By Tuesday afternoon, expect more thunderstorms across the area after lunch with highs again at 88.
Throughout mid-week, expect afternoon storms to be fairly commonplace as a normal "summertime" pattern sets up for a few days across South Florida.