MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It will be wet and gloomy at times to start the week.
It would be wise to keep an umbrella handy as the storm chance remains high through Tuesday.
A an area of low pressure sitting over Central Florida is helping to pump in plenty of moisture across the peninsula. The atmosphere will remain moist and unstable as that trough of low pressure lifts to the North and the winds shift out of the Southwest.
With all that moisture in place, we will see the likelihood of scattered showers and storms with the potential for heavy downpours and localized flooding in spots. Some storms will produce dangerous lightning and gusty winds up to 50 miles per hour.
Clouds will build Monday afternoon and highs will struggle to reach the mid to upper 80s. Tuesday we’ll still see a good chance for wet weather. The rain chance will decrease slightly the second half of the week with highs in the low 90s.
Next weekend another trough of low pressure could increase our chance for storms again.
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