Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
On this muggy Monday South Florida the good news is that it is not as windy or wet as the weekend. We still have some moisture from the Bahamas moving in at times. Therefore, look for scattered showers and an inland thunderstorm out West this afternoon. By tonight, we will be monitoring a weak front over North Florida. This front should fade over us on Tuesday and not bring a whole lot of rain. Instead, I am leaving the chance of seeing some isolated showers at best. Most of the models are showing that it will come through relatively dry.
Once the front fades, an area of high pressure will build in quickly around the Southeast United States and draw in drier, less humid air for the middle part of the week. However, the air will not be totally dry so a few spotty showers can't be ruled out. What will be nice is the refreshing Northeast breeze that will settle in.
Tropical Storm Rafael is a few hundred miles North of San Juan Puerto Rico. It is on the verge of becoming a hurricane at any moment and expected to be a close call for Bermuda. They are under a tropical storm watch.
Have a wonderful start to the week South Florida and make it a safe one!
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