Make sure to keep your umbrellas handy across South Florida as shower and storm chances begin to increase to end the work week before what looks to be a wet weekend.
Humidity is sky high in South Florida, but the rain is still holding off for the most part. Look for spotty showers first half of the day Thursday with an inland storm or two later in the afternoon.
The big story will be the warmth and humidity. Highs will touch the upper 80s, but feels like temperatures Thursday afternoon will likely eclipse 100 in some areas. Friday looks like a carbon copy of Thursday.
Rain chances surge this weekend as a front settles in just to our north. Easily half of us will be dealing with showers and storms with slightly cooler mid-80s for highs.
This front will not push to our south, so look for the muggy conditions to continue into next week. Rain chances will dip considerably by the early to middle part of next week.