WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — We will see another very active pattern this week. Monday is shaping up to be hot, hazy and humid with afternoon highs in the low to mid-90s and feels-like temps reaching 100 degrees.
Then storms will ignite late afternoon and evening. There is a level one out of five for severe storms today as a stalled front hangs out over north Florida and the southeastern United States with a trailing trough of low pressure over the rest of Florida.
The next few days will still call for possible strong to severe storms due to an unstable pattern that keeps our areas under a southwesterly flow with upper-level disturbances moving through each day. Afternoon highs will continue to reach the low 90s for the rest of the week.
Saharan Dust is sweeping through early this week which will bring hazy skies in addition to scattered storms.
The first day of summer begins on Wednesday and a high chance of storms will remain through the rest of the week.
Tropical Depression Three formed over the Atlantic Ocean on Monday morning.
This could become Tropical Storm Bret very soon. Also, a new tropical wave is moving behind Invest 92L with a chance to gradually get better organized later this week.