Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
*Minor coastal flooding and beach erosion will be possible during times of high tide through the middle of the week as we enter into a full moon phase. The areas susceptible to seeing inundation and erosion is at A1A at Fort Lauderdale and at Alton Road between 5th and 10th Streets in Miami Beach.*
A steady warm-up is underway as the cool air supply has been turned off and the area of high pressure we have had in place around the Southeast United States is moving slowly East. On this Cyber Monday, look for a cool start with temperatures not as chilly as they have been the last few days. Heading into the afternoon temperatures will bounce back to normal levels nearing 80 degrees... so yes the light sweaters and jackets are needed early and then they can be put away by the afternoon!
High pressure will be located in the Western Atlantic on Tuesday. This means the return of an ocean breeze could drive in a stray shower here and there. Overall, looking good on Tuesday. Late Wednesday, a weak front will move through unnoticed and could be accompanied with a few isolated showers ahead. Once it passes through or fades, high temperatures will remain seasonably warm with mild low temperatures as another area of high pressure will be building in from the middle part of United States slipping off the Carolina coastline. Look for it turn on the breezy side of things come Thursday.
Have a wonderful week South Florida and make it a safe one!
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