Hazy, hot and humid conditions will plague South Florida for a few days as Saharan air spreads out across the region.
Dry, stable air with origins to Africa will settle atop of the area Thursday, leading to hazy sunshine and highs around 92. The “feels like” readings will top
near 100 later in the day, so take it easy with any strenuous activities mid-day.
We’ll stay mainly dry for the rest of the work week before some isolated thunderstorm chances come back to the pattern by the weekend.