WHAT TO EXPECT: Rain tapering off early evening

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Posted at 6:42 AM, Jun 26, 2024

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The storms are coming to an end Wednesday.

Storms return every afternoon this week, but they are not expected to be severe.

As temperatures warm and we have a sea breeze, the showers will turn to stormy weather each afternoon.

Rainfall totals will range from 1" to 2" likely, with some seeing locally higher rainfall totals.


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Thursday will feature high temperatures in the upper 80s to near 90.

Friday will be a similar set up. Each day will feature afternoon storm chances. We are not under a severe weather threat for either day.

This weekend will be hot and humid, near 90. Afternoon storm chances likely on Saturday. Sunday will be more isolated storms, but hazy and hot.

A lot to celebrate this weekend. The Panthers parade on Fort Lauderdale Beach will be the the talk of the town. For more on that forecast, click here.

Sunday Planner

In the tropics, the National Hurricane Center has highlighted two areas in the tropics with a low chance to develop over the next seven days.

The first one is already in the Caribbean and will encounter a more favorable environment over the weekend as it approaches the Yucatan and then the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. It will not have any effect on our weather.

The latest wave is located in the far eastern Atlantic, south of the Cabo Verde islands. It will also encounter a more favorable area over the weekend and has a medium potential to develop at this time.

Still too early to tell where it will go after that, but it's at least past the 4th of July time period before getting anywhere near the U.S.