WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The area of low pressure over Louisiana that has been pumping in deep tropical moisture from the Caribbean Sea will continue to move away - as high pressure nudges closer to us.
We'll still see storms during the day - but slightly less coverage as some drier air works in.
Dangerous rip currents as swells arriving from Earl will be present tomorrow and Monday - so your best bet is to swim at a beach with lifeguards.
The storm chances and coverage will stay a little lower for Monday before increasing again toward the middle of next week, proof that we are still very much in the wet season with no signs of it ending any time soon.
Good news in the tropics, What was once Hurricane Earl is now post-tropical Earl over the north Atlantic and NHC says a tropical wave way out in the eastern Atlantic only has a 30% chance of development in the next 5 days.
OVERNIGHT: Fair, warm, and muggy. Lows: 75-80 Winds: Calm
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. Scattered showers/storms around. Highs: Lower 90s Winds: SE 10