By Donna Thomas, SouthFloridaReporter.com Meteorologist, Sept. 12, 2015 – South Florida will have plenty of passing storms and high humidity this weekend. After a few early showers on Saturday, look for building clouds, developing afternoon storms, and highs in the muggy low 90s. Some of those storms could be strong, especially in northern Broward, and periods of heavy downpours are possible throughout South Florida. Sunday will be wet and muggy again, with periods of storminess, heavy rain in spots, and highs in the sticky low 90s. We’ll see ocean breezes kick in on Monday, and our weather through Wednesday will feature quick morning showers, highs mostly in the upper 80s, and just the chance of an afternoon storm in western parts of the metro area.
In the tropics, with Henri gone, we’re watching a wave that’s now south of the Cape Verde Islands. It’s moving west at about 15 miles per hour and has a medium chance of developing into a depression during the next 5 days. Disorganized showers and storms near Puerto Rico and a low in the central Atlantic each have low chances of developing.