Winds are down from 65 to 60 mph. It appears that drier air is pushing in on the west side, and that usually spells doom for these systems.
Bret has a small window of opportunity to become a hurricane before Mother Nature shuts the door with some hostile upper winds.
The system will continue to track to the Northeast being pushed along by high pressure to the East and upper winds to the Northwest. It should only be a worry for shipping lanes. Bermuda could get some squally weather down the road from Bret.
For South Florida, some lingering moisture could cause scattered t-storms on Tuesday, but by Wednesday, drier air should move in across our area.