High pressure will continue to dominate our local weather pattern on this Friday. This will provide for plenty of sunshine allowing highs to reach the lower 90's with "feels like" temperatures well into the triple digits. Where high pressure is located it is providing for an ocean breeze, this breeze could steer in some isolated showers during the day. There may also be the possibility of afternoon sea breeze showers, if they do develop they will be isolated and move away from the metro and coastal areas.
Looking to the weekend, the first half will start off mostly dry and sunny, by Sunday this could change. We are watching a wave near Hispaniola and stretching into the Caribbean Sea. The forecast models show this wave continuing to push west over the next few days. Forecasting waves is very difficult as there are plenty of elements that could affect the moisture before it makes its way to South Florida. Tropical waves can strengthen one moment then weaken the next! So keep it tuned to the Storm Station as the wave gets closer to see if it will indeed affect our forecast come Sunday! Check out the water vapor map below showing the moisture associated with the wave near Hispaniola
Have a great weekend,
Wsvn Morning Meteorologist