A weather pattern that features a pronounced easterly breeze will hold on for a few more days.
In this pattern, the majority of the showers and storms develop overnight and through the morning hours, pushing to the west coast of Florida in the afternoon.
With sunshine to follow the rain Monday, highs will peak around 91.
Accompanying the heat is an enhanced ocean breeze, leading to an elevated risk for rip currents Monday as well.
Some of Tuesday’s showers and storms will hold on through mid-day before pushing inland.
Another dose of Saharan will arrive Wednesday morning, sharply decreasing storm chances and delivering hazy sunshine for the balance of the work week.
All remains quiet in the tropics with no development expected over the next several days.
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