The First Alert Weather Forecast for March 19, 2023 predicts increasing rain chances in the Peninsula tomorrow due to a cold front moving through the Palm Beaches, which is expected to stall midway between Boynton Beach and Fort Lauderdale, creating instability later in the day.
While there may be a few pop-up showers by the end of the day, they won’t be heavy.
An area of low pressure is expected to form and move north along the front, increasing rain coverage tonight and into the early morning commute tomorrow.
Rainfall totals are not expected to be significant and won’t be a difference-maker in terms of the drought.
It will be breezy and cooler for beachgoers today, with a high of 68 in Treasure Coast and 75 in the Palm Beaches.
Boaters should consider staying in port due to a small craft advisory.
The rain will push off into the ocean and clearing skies will settle in later in the day.