For at least one more day, South Florida will be drier and have lower humidity before the wet weather makes a return just in time for the weekend.
Low humidity and a pleasant breeze is hanging on for dear life, so get out there and enjoy it. The area may see a couple of spotty showers for your Wednesday, but it won't be a concern.
Look for highs to top out in the mid-80s yet again. Just keep in mind that the breeze is keeping the rip currents in play. Small craft should exercise caution as well.
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The humidity goes up from here and rain chances will spike as we hit late week and the weekend. Rain chances will top out around 40-50 percent with highs staying put in the mid-80s.
The tropics remain quiet with the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season set to end on November 30th.