WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Wake-up temps will start near 50 degrees far inland with temps close to 60 degrees at the immediate coastline.
Easterly winds could gust as high as 30 mph on Monday and afternoon temps will peak in the low 70s.
Dangerous marine conditions will continue through early week with a high surf advisory, small craft advisory, and a high risk of rip currents in place
High pressure will be our dominant weather influence this week - resulting in a warming trend through the week and only low-end rain chances
As high pressure builds, it will start to move east off the mid-Atlantic coast. This ridge will veer winds from the east to the south-southeast
Highs return to the mid and upper 70s by Tuesday
The temperatures continue to rise! By Wednesday, look for highs close to 80 degrees
Continued gusty beach breezes will keep a 10% chance of rain in the forecast through the week for some brief showers. The only exception will be Tuesday with a 20% chance of showers
As we head into the following weekend - humidity starts to increase and temps stay above average