Mainly dry and bright Monday with highs in the mid to upper 80s. Meteorologist Shiri Spear has the local forecast.
Some patchy fog will be present inland early Monday morning in South Florida, as reduced visibility was reported from Kendall and may expand into other western suburbs.
The fog should dissipate by 8 a.m.
Morning temps in the 70s will reach the mid and upper 80s this afternoon. It will be hot with highs a few degrees above average.
A combination of sun and clouds is expected. Overall, it will be bright and generally dry.
An isolated thunderstorm may develop Monday afternoon and chances improve farther north. Broward County has a 20 percent chance of an evening thunderstorm, but Miami-Dade and the Keys will most likely stay dry this afternoon.