Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida we have a weak front over South Florida producing little to no consequences in our weather. An area of high pressure still remains in place around the Southeastern United States. It is still providing for a Northeast breeze and driving in the occasional shower here and there. Overall, it is mostly dry and the weekend should stay that way.
The front will fade Saturday night and the area of high pressure will reinforce itself over the Southeastern United States allowing for more dry air to be around, sunny skies and a nice ocean breeze. I am only leaving a slight chance of seeing a coastal sprinkle. It looks like temperature wise, we will have seasonal high temperatures in the low 80s and low temperatures in the upper 60s through next week.
Have a nice weekend and safe travels since Thanksgiving is only a few days away!
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