Grab the umbrella, it's going to be a wet one

Wednesday: We'll see isolated thunderstorms moving into our area throughout the afternoon. The high will reach 86F with a chance of rain dropping to 30 percent.

Wednesday night: Again, scattered thunderstorms and showers will hang around, but should be moving out before midnight. Expect the clouds to clear out as the overnight hours progress. The low will drop to a comfortable 71F; however, the chance of rain raises to 50 percent.

Tuesday overnight: Expect to see more thunderstorms moving through our area with a 40 percent chance of rain. The low is expected to drop to 74F.

Tuesday early evening: The National Weather Service in Miami has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for northeast Palm Beach County in south Florida until 6 PM EDT.

At 4:45 pm, the National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated a line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing quarter size hail and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. These storms were located along a line extending from 19 miles north of North Palm Beach General Airport to 26 miles northwest of Lion Country Safari and moving south at 25 mph.

The line of storms will affect: North Palm Beach General Airport, Lion Country Safari, Royal Palm Beach and Haverhill.

Severe thunderstorms can also produce tornadoes with little or no advance warning. Prepare to move to a place of safety in an interior room in the lowest floor of your house or business if a tornado is spotted.

Report severe weather or damage to the nearest law enforcement agency or your county emergency management. They will relay your report to the National Weather Service forecast office in Miami. Or you can also call the National Weather Service in Miami directly at 305.229.4528 to report severe weather.