Saturday is starting out with lots of sunshine and temperatures in the upper 70s.
A few showers and storms are in the lower Keys in the morning, but should be fading away shortly.
Sunny skies and warm temperatures will be the story over the weekend. Temps will be in the low 90s by the afternoon, with mainly dry conditions. Winds are starting out westerly, but should be shifting to the southeast later in the day. The sunny and hot pattern will last all the way through Tuesday.
There will be a few afternoon storms that pop up by Wednesday. Therefore, Independence Day will have a slight chance of rain, with highs around 90.
In the tropics, the National Hurricane Center is watching an area of low pressure in the western Gulf of Mexico. It’s drifting northward, and only has a 10 percent chance of development over the next few days.
We are also watching an area of low pressure 750 miles east of the Windward Islands. It’s moving west, and only has a 20 percent chance of development during the weekend as well. Remnants of Debby could also redevelop but it’s unlikely.