WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — We'll start off the workweek with more hazy, hot, and humid conditions.
Saharan dust will give the skies a hazy tint to the sunshine and balmy tropical winds out of the southeast will keep it muggy making our highs near 90 feel about 5 degrees hotter.
If you're headed to the beach there's a high risk of rip currents so don't go in too deep and stay close to the lifeguard stand.
Below normal rain chances will continue through Tuesday courtesy of high pressure over the western Atlantic suppressing those storm chances locally but the high will weaken and move east allowing for moisture, instability, and higher rain chances to return later in the week and especially by next weekend.
We are watching a disorganized cluster of storms in the north -central Gulf that will move inland across the northern Gulf coast and into the SE over the next day or two
These storms are unlikely to develop into an actual tropical system (10% over the next five days)
MONDAY: Hazy sun, hot and humid. Highs: Upper 80s Winds: ESE 15
MONDAY NIGHT: Warm and muggy. Lows: Mid 70s Winds: SE 10
TUESDAY: Hot and humid. Highs upper 80s Winds: ESE 15 20% rain