WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — High pressure building into the region from the north will usher in less humid air to start the workweek.
Wake-up temps Monday morning start in the low-mid 70s, with some 60's along the Treasure Coast.
Most of the week will be pleasant. Seasonable temps in the mid-80s and a nice northeast breeze with nothing more than an isolated shower.
Moisture will start to return Friday into the weekend, with scattered showers and storms possible.
In the Tropics:
Hurricane Sam is a category 4 storm located about 900 miles SE of the northern Leeward Islands.
It should stay north of the islands and then turn to the north and eventually northeast, staying east of Bermuda.
There are 3 other waves we are watching. None pose a threat to south Florida.