First Warning Forecast: Heating up Sunday, Isaias approaches Monday
We'll dry out overnight, but it will be warm and humid with lows in the mid and upper 70s.
A mix of sun and clouds on Sunday with highs in the mid and upper 90s. Heat index values will climb to 105-110 degrees. An isolated storm is not out of the question.
Impacts from Isaias move in late Monday into Tuesday. Gusty winds, heavy rainfall, tidal flooding and rip currents will all be possible. Luckily, this isn't going to be a long-lived storm. Right now, it looks like we could be dealing with impacts from around 4 AM Tuesday until 8 PM. Now would be a good time to make sure your yard is cleaned up and you have your hurricane supply kit ready. Especially if you live in an area that is prone to flooding. Isaias will scoot out of here pretty quickly late Tuesday.
A disturbance will hang around for the rest of the week keeping us unsettled. Expect lots of cloud cover and afternoon showers and storms. Temperatures will be closer to normal for August in the upper 80s due to the rain and clouds. It will still be on the humid side though.
Located 80 miles ESE of Fort Lauderdale, Florida or 105 miles SE of West Palm Beach, Florida
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