WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Wake-up temps Monday morning will start in the mid 50s for most with slightly cooler temps far inland.
High pressure will deliver dry air and plenty of sunshine. In fact we don't expect anything more than a stray shower until Wednesday.
Temps will start to moderate by mid-week with high temps back in the low 80s as the winds go easterly. A few spotty showers will be possible.
By Thursday and Friday, moisture moves in and rain chances increase ahead of our next cold front moving into our area next weekend.
- Coastal Flood Advisories continue due to King Tides (beach erosion, coastal flooding possible)
In the tropics: Wanda is now a post-tropical cyclone with winds of 40 mph in the central Atlantic. The storm will continue to dissipate over the next 24 hours.
We're also watching a non-tropical low pressure system located a couple hundred miles south of Cape Hatteras. This low could acquire some sub-tropical storm characteristics as it moves east out into the Atlantic. No threat to land.