The long holiday weekend is shaping up to be a mix of clouds and warm temperatures, with an increase in shower and thunderstorm chances into Sunday. Actually, it's sounds like a great weekend to me after so many weeks of dull weather patterns for Florida. I know the storm system forecast to move in from the Gulf of Mexico will ruin some peoples outdoor plans, but we really could use the rain, and I could use a few nice storms to chase.
South-southwest winds will increase humidity levels and afternoon temps both Saturday and Sunday well into the 80's, with possible heavy showers and isolated storms developing. Sunday looks to be the best day for thunderstorms to develop (possibly some severe) as another frontal boundary tracks into the state from the northwest.
Once the front moves through late Sunday into Monday, there will be another cool down for several days back to near normal for this time of year. I just hope before the drier and cooler weather returns, I can get in some possible storm photography action and even maybe some lightning storm timelapses - I can only hope during these late weeks of the winter dry season.
Check back after the weekend to see if mother nature was kind to me with some storm structure eye-candy and rainfall for our very low canals. Have a great weekend!