After two straight days of hot temperatures and very little rain relief, South Florida will be reaching for the umbrella starting Wednesday and for the end of the work week.
A severe thunderstorm warning was in effect for Miami-Dade County until 6:45 a.m. You can say goodbye to the hazy skies as deeper moisture moves our way. A few showers and storms will likely make it in as early as the morning.
It won't be a washout, so highs will still manage to push into the low 90s.
We stay in this more unstable pattern through the end of the week and weekend. Again, this won't be a washout but the storms will certainly be there as highs top pout each day around 90 degrees.
Some drier air may push back in early next week.