MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Rain and clouds have been a constant theme for most of the last week, but things may start to get a little better just in time for the weekend.
CBS4 Meteorologist Craig Setzer said the deep tropical moisture that has been giving much of South Florida drenching downpours for a week will finally begin to thin out over the weekend.
But, you shouldn’t put the umbrella away just yet.
Setzer said until the moisture begins to move out, thunderstorms can be expected for Friday afternoon with locally heavy rain and plenty of lightning.
Saturday will see the rain chances drop a little from Friday and by Sunday, Setzer said the area should see a mix of sun and clouds with the typical spotty thunderstorms that hit South Florida during the summer.
As far as temperatures go, expect the mercury to hover around 90 degrees during the day and around 75-78 degrees overnight.