WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Storms are rumbling through parts of Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast on Friday evening, producing heavy rain, lightning and hail.
The rain will begin to taper off and be mostly gone after 9 p.m. and skies will clear out overnight.
Isolated severe storms are possible Saturday afternoon and evening. The highest threat impacts from these storms are gusty winds, hail, and flooding. An isolated tornado is possible, but the chances are low.
Afternoon high temperatures are flirting with the 90s through Sunday.
Saturday morning will be mainly dry with storms kicking in around mid-afternoon. We stay unsettled on Sunday with a higher chance of storms and again a possibility of strong to severe storms.
A cold front will pass through on Monday and will clear out all the moisture with much drier air arriving behind the front. High pressure builds in and stays in place over the Gulf and Florida through much of next week.
Also, slightly cooler temperatures arrive behind the front with overnight lows in the 60s Monday night and highs in the low 80s on Tuesday. Then warming up to the mid and upper 80s by next Thursday.