Higher Winds, Isolated Showers Across South Florida Tuesday

South Florida is in for another windy day on Tuesday – keeping the risk for rip currents high along the coast to go along with a chance of showers across the area.

Most of the area can expect a fair amount of cloud cover throughout the day, though chances of rain stay around 20 percent. Highs will reach 82 degrees – close to average for this time of the year – and should stay around that number for much of this week.

At the same time, the National Hurricane Center is watching a weak disturbance that has started to form in the central part of the Atlantic Ocean. The NHC says the system has a 30 percent chance of development over the next five days while saying it likely will have no impact on South Florida.

Keep checking NBC 6’s First Alert Doppler 6000 for storms in your area.