Best keep an umbrella handy as scattered showers are likely by this afternoon, courtesy of a cold front that also should lower temperatures a few degrees.
South Florida's Tuesday forecast calls for partly sunny skies with afternoon highs in the low 80s, overnight lows in the low 70s and a 60 percent chance of rain.
Because of the cold front, temperatures should ease into the upper 70s by late afternoon, the National Weather Service said.
Central Florida's Tuesday forecast: Mostly cloudy with highs in the mid 70s, lows in the low 60s and a 30 percent chance of rain.
Melissa perspective: From weather expert Jim Lushine:
With the formation of Subtropical Storm Melissa on Monday, every single month of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season has had at least one named storm.
In fact, each month has two named storms except for November - and there's a distinct possibility that one or two more subtropical type systems will form this month.
The models also predict the possibility of one or two weak systems in December!
The only other year with multiple named storms in every month of the hurricane season was frenetic 2005, which had storms in every month from June to December.