After a wet weekend, more rain to come to South Florida
Highs around 91 degrees will still feel like 100-105 degrees in South Florida and on the higher end of that heat index scale across Belle Glade, Clewiston and Immokalee, Naples, Marco Island and Palm Beach County through the weekend into early next week, the National Weather Service says.
Then, a slow moving system in the southeastern U.S. threatens to bring widespread storms this weekend that could have frequent cloud to ground and cloud to water lightning strikes along with heavy rainfall. Some of these stronger storms have the potential to bring wind gusts over 50 mph along with small hail
By Friday afternoon a cluster of showers had developed over Broward and Miami-Dade.
Our advice: have umbrellas handy, a personal fan might be nice, plenty of water and a place to duck into if the bangers come to your neighborhood.