Summertime is surely upon us, South Florida. For many, the summer months means time spent wading in the pool, barbeques, and, as the lightening capital of the US, we can’t deny the thunderstorms which may interrupt leisure activities.
Anyone who has lived in South Florida during the rainy season knows certain low lying areas in several cities tend to have flooding problems during heavy storms.
Saturday will be mostly dry with the exception of a few stray showers possible on an easterly breeze.
Showers and thunderstorms are possible Saturday afternoon as a cold front approaches South Florida.
It will be a hot afternoon Sunday with highs reaching the middle 80s, but there will be plenty of sunshine.
A few showers and an occasional thunderstorm will be possible for Saturday.
After an afternoon of gusty winds and severe thunderstorms, the weather has calmed down.
An early March low pressure area is expected to move out of the Gulf of Mexico and across parts of Florida on Thursday into Friday morning. That could set the stage for thunderstorms, some of which could be severe.
We’ll see some sun to start Sunday but more rain is in the forecast for the afternoon. Heavy storms developed early on Saturday to dump anywhere from 1 to nearly 3 inches of rain.
Get ready for more wet weather. Thunderstorms and heavy downpours are likely at times again, Monday.