WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A large area of high pressure will be the dominant weather feature for us this workweek with drier air and above-average temps.
This high-pressure system will move east and park itself over the western Atlantic this week. Other than an isolated shower moving in on the beach breezes - we'll stay dry.
In addition, upper-level high pressure over the Caribbean will expand north into the Sunshine State this week which will act to suppress any significant rain chances through Friday.
A front moving down from the north will try to push into South Florida next weekend providing our next best chance of rain - but as of now - there appears to be a good chance it could stall just to our north
Tonight, partly cloudy and breezy. Coastal shower. Low 67. East 15mph.
Tuesday through Friday, partly sunny and warm. Isolated shower. Highs in the low 80s. Breezy east winds at 10-15mph.
Weekend, partly sunny and warm. Isolated showers. Highs 80-84