There is plenty of moisture surrounding South Florida moving our way. We can expect a high chance for showers, t-storms, and even some torrential downpours through Tuesday.
By the middle of the week, some dust (swept into the atmosphere from the Saharan Desert), is expected to make its way across South Florida. This will make for beautiful sunsets and hazy skies, but will also be a worry for folks with respiratory problems.
The arrival of the African dust will also usher in warmer temps. Forecasts are calling for heat indices in the 100-105 degree range.
Hot and humid conditions are making a reappearance in the Central U.S. and are expected to continue for the next several days.
Heat Advisories have been issued for portions of the northern Great Plains and Upper Midwest where high temperatures will easily top the triple digit mark. Daytime temperatures are forecast to be 15 to 20 degrees above average throughout the region.
In the Tropics:
Thankfully everything is quiet.