Here's the latest South Florida WPTV First Alert forecast

Flood watch extended into Friday
and last updated 2020-10-23 05:49:34-04

FLOOD WATCH issued for Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade counties until noon Friday.

High Surf Advisory for the Treasure Coast until Saturday morning

Temperatures this morning, starting off in the mid-upper 70s. Some downpours for the morning drive. This afternoon, highs in the mid-80s scattered showers with peeks of sunshine. A Flood Watch remains in place for Coastal Palm Beach County until 12PM this afternoon. Tonight, lows in the mid-upper 70s, cloudy with isolated showers.

Tomorrow, highs in the mid-80s, a mix of sun and clouds and scattered showers with some late day storms.

Sunday, a tropical disturbance drifts north, increasing moisture and rain chances go up. West Palm – Boca Raton under a marginal risk for excessive rainfall.

Early next week, moisture lingers, scattered showers and storms possible with highs in the mid-upper 80s.

Mid-week, more sunshine, lower rain chances and temperatures back in the upper 80s.

Tropics Talk:
Epsilon is a category 1 hurricane sitting east of Bermuda. It will move northeast into the cool waters of the North Atlantic, but staying pretty strong until it gets caught up in another system and pushed farther away. The remnants of this system may move into northern Europe by next week.

A broad trough of low pressure in the Caribbean Sea has a medium chance of development over the next 5 days. Regardless of development, this disturbance will increase rain chances over the weekend. Looks like Sunday is the wetter of the 2 days. Could see a depression, but models not showing much development with this system.

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