Expect a humid and dry Thursday as stable air moves overhead in South Florida. This will help to suppress thunderstorms for the afternoon and lead us to partly cloudy skies.
This trend won’t last long, however, as deep moisture returns to the region on Friday. That, in tandem with an area of low pressure across the Bahamas, will help to bump up the storm chances through Saturday morning.
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There'll be isolated morning showers Thursday with highs around 91. Friday will be partly sunny with scattered showers and thunderstorms and highs around 90.
The weekend ahead holds minimal storm chances and highs in the lower 90s. There are no tropical weather concerns at this time.
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