WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — It was a very active afternoon across the area with multiple flood warnings and advisories issued. Approximately 3-4 inches of rain has fallen and an additional 1 to 2 inches is expected.
We should start to dry out mid-evening under mostly cloudy skies. However, a stray late-night storm is not out of the question, especially near the coast.
High moisture will continue across the area this weekend leading to a good chance of mainly afternoon storms both days.
We are in between a stationary frontal boundary to our north and high pressure to our west, keeping the tropical moisture in place.
It will be humid this weekend with dew points in the mid-70s and highs near 90 degrees (the heat index could peak in the low 100s for certain locations).
A high risk of rip currents continues this Saturday, so please swim only at guarded beaches.
Tropical Storm Philippe is moving west-southwest will drift east of the northern Leeward Islands through the weekend. Swells will impact portions of the Leewards, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
Tropical Storm Rina is moving northwest with winds of 45 mph. It is expected to weaken through early next week in the open Atlantic