A summertime feel is in the air around South Florida as daily highs easily reach into the lower 90s with “feels like” readings pushing 105 degrees.
Accompanying the heat are afternoon storms, which have become a little more widespread of late. That pattern will extend well into the upcoming week as daily afternoon storms are anticipated.
As of Sunday evening, tropical depression five continues to move away from Bermuda and into the higher latitudes of the Atlantic.
Any window for intensification continues to close as the system will soon dissipate without much fanfare.
Closer to home, an area in the Gulf of Mexico is being monitored for potential development over the next few days near the Carolina coastline.
Monday will look a lot like Sunday, with scattered showers and storms in the afternoon and highs into the low 90s.
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