Wednesday is starting out dry with temps in the mid 70s in South Florida. We will warm to the upper 80s this afternoon, with a slight chance of afternoon storms.
Drier air is starting to move in, and that will change the forecast beginning Thursday. Saharan dust from Africa will begin moving into the area Wednesday night, and will cause hot and hazy conditions beginning Thursday.
Temps will be in the low 90s, but when you factor in the heat index, temps will feel like the triple digits. Because of this dust layer, rain chances will stay slim through Saturday. Chances of storms will be back in the forecast by Sunday.