A stormy start to the weekend will transition to brighter skies and lower rain chances as a brief lull in the wet weather takes shape.
On Sunday, a lighter wind flow will allow for the sea breeze to develop and drift inland.
As this happens, shower and thunderstorms will shift inland as well, allowing the coastal areas to end the weekend on a drier and brighter note.
Sunday’s highs will climb to near 90 following morning lows in the upper 70s.
Monday and Tuesday will bring in slightly drier air, aiding to suppress widespread rains and allowing more sunshine.
A mid-week front will struggle to make it through South Florida, keeping showers around and holding back another shot of slightly cooler and drier air.
Only if the front should make better progress through the region would we benefit with a dry and cooler forecast. For now, that is not expected.
There are no active systems in the Atlantic basin at this time with no new activity expected over the next five days.