Hazy sunshine with hot temperatures will be the rule for the rest of the work-week as high pressure stretches out across South Florida beginning Wednesday.
Along for the ride is another dose of Saharan dust, which contributes to the hazy conditions. With all these factors in place, rain chances will be awfully low for this time of the year. The next rain chance, which is slight, at best, comes over the weekend.
Highs for the next few days will climb into the lower 90s with “feels like” readings around 100 each afternoon.