WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Hot and humid weather continues.
Daytime highs will be in the low 90's.
With very humid air, it will feel like 100-105 degrees during peak heating.
A combination of high pressure, dry air, and Saharan dust will limit rainfall again on Sunday with the best chances staying inland.
As we head into the workweek, much of the same.
Saharan dust will continue to sit overhead, limiting rainfall.
In the tropics:
Hurricane Grace made landfall earlier today as a Cat 3 in Mexico. The first major hurricane of the season.
It has quickly dissipated - but may reform in the Pacific.
It would get a new name at that point.
Hurricane Henri is speeding toward Long Island with a landfall expected Sunday afternoon with winds of 80 mph.
Hurricane Warnings are in affect there and for parts of Connecticut.
Flooding from the storm surge and rainfall will be an issue.
The storm will quickly dissipate as it moves inland.
In the Atlantic, there is a tropical wave near the Azores that has a 10% chance of developing.