Warm and humid for Father's Day; Mainly inland storms

Looking pretty good for Father's Day with only a 30% chance of storms and highs in the upper 80s
Rain chances
Posted at 7:22 AM, Jun 15, 2024

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Father's Day looks to stay mainly dry with rainfall chances around 30%. Highest coverage of storms will stay across inland areas.

Skies will be mostly cloudy with just a few peaks of sunshine through the day and high temps in the upper 80s.

Boating looks great on Sunday with seas just 1-2 feet and inland waters a light chop. Current water temp in the nearshore waters of the Atlantic stay around 84 degrees.

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Drier air does return to start the new week. Then we're back to a typical summer pattern. We'll have a breezy easterly wind.

This will allow the afternoon sea breeze to march inland and trigger those afternoon showers and storms west of U.S. 441.

By the end of the week, tropical tropical moisture returns and increases our rain chances for Thursday and Friday.

In the tropics we continue to watch the Bay of Campeche. An area of lower pressure should form early next week. It has a 60% chance of developing in the next five days. No threat to South Florida.

We are also watching the southwestern Atlantic Ocean where an area of low pressure could form by the middle of next week northeast of the Bahamas. Slow development of this system is possible while the system moves westward or northwestward. It has just a 20% chance of developing in the next five days.