South Florida will see some rainy days ahead, including some heavy tropical rains from an area of disturbed weather nearing the Yucatan peninsula. On Saturday, we’ll see early humidity and some passing showers, followed by some fairly widespread afternoon storms. Highs will be near 90 degrees.
More showers and storms, including heavy rain starting in the evening, will develop on Sunday as we begin to see tropical moisture stream in from that area of disturbed weather. Sunday’s highs will be in the upper 80s.
Our weather on Monday and Tuesday will be influenced by the disturbance that’s now nearing the Yucatan. As of early Saturday, the National Hurricane Center gives it a high chance of developing into a depression this weekend. In any case, we’ll see stormy weather on Monday and Tuesday, with periods of heavy rain, gusty winds, possible localized flooding, and highs in the mid 80s.
Showers and storms will linger into Wednesday as the disturbance moves away from Florida, and highs will be in the upper 80s.
Elsewhere, Bonnie regain tropical storm strength and is headed out to sea. At 5 am Saturday, Bonnie was located near 35.9 North, 68.2 West, and was moving east at 12 miles per hour. Bonnie’s top winds were estimated at 40 miles per hour.