WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Wake-up temps Sunday will range from the mid 70s inland to near 80 degrees by the coast. Brief, isolated showers are possible near the east coast metro areas.
Hot and mostly sunny skies will prevail Sunday afternoon with a 20% of storms east coast and 30% inland.
Models indicate some relatively drier air moving in for Sunday - which will help to limit storm coverage.
Make sure to drink plenty of water and get in the air conditioning as much as possible.
Rain chances increase Monday and Tuesday with a disturbance passing through, some locally heavy rain could be in store for early next week before another surge of drier air and Saharan dust arrives by midweek and rain chances come down again.
The rip current risk is high for Sunday - so swim at guarded beaches only.
All is quiet in the tropics and no development is expected through the next 5 days.
Sunday morning: Warm and muggy, isolated showers possible. Lows: Near 80 Winds: ESE 10
Sunday afternoon: Mostly sunny, hot, humid. A few storms around. Highs: Lower 90s Winds: ESE 15