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Chief Meteorologist John Morales looks at Subtropical Storm Beryl and the South Florida weekend forecast.
Sunday will start with sunshine. Morning lows dropped into the mid 70s before dawn, with some patchy fog inland.
Highs will reach the upper 80s this afternoon. Clouds will be on the increase and scattered afternoon thunderstorms are expected. Though every community will not see stormy weather, South Florida residents are encouraged to stay on top of the local forecast. Some afternoon stormy may be strong with heavy downpours and gusty winds. Storms will gradually taper off this evening.
There is a moderate risk of rip currents at local Atlantic beaches, beachgoers use caution in and around the water.
Subtropical Storm Beryl will move towards northern Florida today and spread rain and strong wind during the day. The center of the storm will move onshore late tonight or early Monday. Northern Florida could pick up 4”-6” of rain from the system.