A warm day is on tap for South Florida to start the work week and high temperatures could approach the record of 87 degrees set back in 2000.
The arctic air that has a grip on about half of the country has had no impact on South Florida weather except to make the rest of the nation jealous!
A system that has produced more than an inch of rain in some spots Sunday is still lingering across South Florida and will give us more rain into the morning rush hour Monday.
A disturbance over the Gulf of Mexico is moving toward South Florida with showers way out ahead of it.
Sunday night’s low temperatures will not be as cold, dropping down to about 60 degrees in most areas.
A storm off the Carolina coast is pulling down the coolest air we’ve seen since last winter and we’ll be in record territory by daybreak Sunday morning.
The summer is beginning to wind down and the transition into fall will happen in a few weeks for most of the nation.
The weather pattern will remain steamy with afternoon storms through the weekend.
From July 1 to July 30, Miami only saw a record high temperature set one day with a reading of 95 degrees on July 18.
With highs expected in the 90s in South Florida, it’s probably for good reason that the state’s health officials are warning residents and tourists alike to stay safe in the sweltering heat.