South Florida is going to go from needing a cool drink to needing an umbrella thanks to the latest front expected to increase storm chances during the work week.
It's warm and muggy all over again Monday as winds have switched back to the southeast. In fact, morning upper 70s and low 80s may in fact break some records.
Highs will warm to the upper 80s with feels like temperatures in the mid-90s. Look for just isolated showers and a storm early Monday with most of the action west of us later in the day. Tuesday looks very similar.
Rain chances rise by the middle and later part of the week as a front gets a little closer. Highs may return to the 90s as well.
This front will bring slightly cooler weather and lower rain chances by the weekend. We are going for highs in the mid-80s with only a 20-30% chance for rain.