WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — High pressure will bring us mainly dry conditions over the next few days, with nothing more than a few isolated showers and partly cloudy skies. The humidity will be on the low side and temps will close to average.
Wake-up temps Monday will be in the upper 50s for inland areas and the treasure coast to mid-60s for the Palm Beach coastline
During the afternoon - we'll see a few clouds with high temps warming to near 80 degrees.
Some rain chances come back by the end of the week as the wind turns onshore and a cool front approaches.
Subtropical Storm Wanda is moving over the central Atlantic waters with winds of 50 moving W at 1 mph. Wanda isn't expected to impact any land areas.
We're also watching a disturbance a few hundred miles WSW of the Cabo Verde Islands. Thirty percent chance of development as it moves WNW. This system is expected to encounter some very unfavorable winds soon which may dissipate it.