Muggy afternoons are returning to South Florida as the weather warms up this week.
Messy storms sweeping across the southeastern U.S. will bring a 40 percent chance of rain and nearly 80 degrees and windy on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Later in the week will bring clouds and more showers. Stronger winds arriving Thursday and Friday should keep the air from feeling too humid in the lingering rain.
Lows will stay in the 60s at night, but rise to the low-to-mid 70s during the peak of the day.
Meanwhile, the wintry weather up north has resulted in canceled flights in South Florida.
Miami International Airport recorded 41 canceled flights — 14 departures, 27 arrivals — on Monday morning due to winter storm Linus. Affected cities: New York City, Boston, Chicago, Washington, Newark, Pittsburgh, Hartford and Nashville.
Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International saw 27 cancellations on Monday morning — 3 arrival and 14 departure.