MIAMI (CBS4) – South Florida’s hot and stormy weather pattern will continue Tuesday and for rest of the week.

South Florida woke up to temperatures in the low 80s and it was mainly dry but later in the afternoon, the temperatures will climb to the lower 90s and there’s a 70-percent chance of storms. The scorching heat will feel even hotter as the feels-like temperatures reach more than 100 degrees.

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According to CBS4 Meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez, high pressure over the Gulf of Mexico will provide South Florida with a southwesterly wind flow once again which will lead to the heat, the instability and the stormy weather.

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Most of the activity is over on the west coast and already some showers are working their way into our neck of the woods.

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Storms this afternoon could be strong with the potential for heavy downpours, lightning and gusty winds. With a trough of low pressure to our north and plenty of available moisture across the area, we will remain unsettled with a good chance of storms the next few days until this weekend.

Lissette Gonzalez