With tropical moisture in place and a more unstable atmosphere we will have another round of isolated showers on Monday before turning more active and scattered Monday night through Tuesday night ahead of a very weak cold front that will ease through the area on Wednesday. This will set us up for a more seasonal weather pattern the end of this week and into next weekend. Michael continues to strengthen in the NW Caribbean but will remain in the eastern half of the Gulf before making landfall near the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday.
Monday expect isolated thundershowers again still breezy very warm and humid and under mostly cloudy skies we will have a high of 88.
Monday night will be breezy warm and sticky with a few coastal showers after midnight and a low of 77.
Tuesday variable sunshine mixed with lots of clouds and scattered thundershowers still very warm and humid with a high of 87.
Noticeably less humid beginning on Wednesday.