If you plan to celebrate this Fourth of July outdoors, be sure to have your umbrella handy! Radar shows that we are in for a wet afternoon.
A low pressure system is bringing with it a 60 percent chance of showers and storms starting Wednesday afternoon with a high temperature of 90 degrees.
There's a possibility that some local fireworks displays may be impacted. The storms will become more scattered as the evening goes on, but the chances of rain will only drop to 40 percent by 7 p.m. and then down to 30 percent by 10 p.m.
Those heading to the beach on Wednesday will encounter a low rip current risk with water temperatures around 88 degrees, while boaters will deal with a light chop and two foot seas with no advisories in the forecast.
As the week goes on, the storms chances will drop across South Florida.