During the afternoon, with major acts including Third Eye Blind and DNCE on stage, the National Weather Service predicts showers and thunderstorms are possible. The chance of precipitation is 50 percent. Temperatures will be in the mid-80s.
Palm Beach Post radar shows a number of storms making their way through the area. mostly keeping to the west.
A persistent high pressure system has been SunFest’s friend this week, bringing sunny skies and warm temperatures to the West Palm Beach waterfront block party.
But it’s about to get really hot. Today’s temperature should reach 85 degrees with light east winds providing some relief. When headliner Train goes on at 8:30 tonight, temperatures will still be near 80 degrees.
A cool front moving into Florida on Friday is expected to stall just north of Lake Okeechobee, but showers associated with the system are forecast to mostly impact more inland areas of Palm Beach County.
Rain chances are low both today and Friday with just a 3 percent chance tonight and 7 percent chance Friday night.