By Michael WherleyCNNHealthDay.com–Hot spots for Monday are expected to be hot and humid with the highest temperatures of the day and low humidity, the National Weather Service announced.
The hottest days are expected Monday with highs expected to hit 100 degrees in Miami, 90 degrees in Orlando and 90 degrees around Daytona Beach.
The humidity forecast for the rest of the week is expected to range from the low 50s to 80s, the weather service said.
On Wednesday, Miami will experience its hottest day since May 29, the NWS said.
The average high will be 76 degrees, the average low at 57 degrees, and the maximum high of 77 degrees, according to the weather agency.
The high for Thursday is expected at 90 degrees, which is more than 3 degrees above average.
The humidity forecast is expected for the remainder of the month is expected in the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.
The Miami metro area is expecting about 8 inches of rain, a record, according the weather forecast.
It is expected by Thursday to hit about 8 to 10 inches, the forecast states.
The highest temperature on Monday will be 77 degrees in downtown Miami, according a forecast issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
It will reach 100 degrees, a new record for the area.