Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
Cloudy times have taken over this Wednesday morning South Florida. However, I promise sun will peek through later in the day. The reason for the clouds is all because of a weak front located over Central Florida. This front will cross through tonight and stall over South Florida on Thursday. Ahead of the front we can't rule out seeing an isolated shower although, most of the models are showing it crossing through dry.
By Thursday, an area of high pressure quickly builds in behind around the Southeast United States and it will turn breezy to windy along our coast... so beach goers and boaters conditions out on the waters will not be ideal.
As the front hangs around through Saturday, it will remain breezy to windy and the chance of quick passing showers along the coast will be in the forecast. On Sunday, skies will be mostly sunny and the air drier.
Tropics: The 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season will officially come to an end this Friday, November 30th. All is quiet.
Have a wonderful Wednesday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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