South Florida is under a rip-current advisory until 8 a.m. Monday.
That’s the bad news.
The good news: The winds will be calmer and the rain chance will decrease on Monday and through the workweek.
On Sunday, forecasters warned of “life-threatening” rip currents across South Florida’s Atlantic coast. It was also a bad hair day, with wind gusts of up to 25 mph with spurts of rain here and there.
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The advisories, breeze and gloom with lighten on Monday. Forecasters expect isolated showers to start the workweek, a 20 percent chance of rain and winds of 11-14 mph.
The rain chance will decrease on Tuesday, with mostly sunny conditions and dry conditions in the forecast, according to the weather service.