One More Day of Downpours..
South Florida is still stuck in a rut surrounded by tropical moisture at the surface and in the middle to upper levels in the atmosphere. With the abundant amount of moisture in place the key ingredient to help trigger our afternoon storms will be the sea breeze. The forecast calls for these sea breeze storms to develop later this afternoon. Some of the storms could become very strong producing heavy rain and gusty winds, the main concern will be the potential for flooding around town. The ground is already so saturated from all the rain we have already received over the past few days flood advisories could spark up for the evening commute. Hang in there we are expecting a change in the forecast as early as tomorrow.
Starting tomorrow and through the end of the week we will finally see a change in our local forecast. There is a large layer of Saharan Air this is expected to accompany a large dome of high pressure moving into South Florida. Looking to the end of the week we expect noticeably hazy skies and slightly warmer temperatures.
Keep it tuned to the Storm Station for the latest,
Wsvn Morning Meteorologist