Monday was a typical June day as sun and partly covered skies helped temperatures warm into the low 90s. There were quite a few storms around Monday afternoon, but the weather will be quiet overnight with temperatures dropping into the mid-70s.
Tuesday will be a copy and paste of Monday, with drier air keeping storm chances low. Highs for the week will be in the low 90s, close to seasonal average, with real feel temperatures in the mid to upper-90s.
With the daytime heating, afternoon storms will flare up with at least a 30 to 40 percent chance into the weekend. Warm evenings will continue with temperatures dropping into 70s for the rest of the week.
Poor conditions for surfing is expected again Tuesday as small east-southeast trade swell resumes. However, with a blend of sun and clouds the temperatures will rise into the 90s allowing the heat index to be high as well.
In the tropics, a cluster of thunderstorms in the southern Caribbean has a low chance for tropical development in the next five days. Something to monitor as it moves northwest, but not a big concern for Florida.
Hurricane Season continues through Nov. 30.
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