Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida the weekend was nice and the start of the work week as well. We have an area of high pressure in place keeping a strong breeze off of the ocean and helping to create choppy seas. That strong breeze off of the ocean is driving quick showers from time to time. This should be the pattern until Tuesday. Therefore, look for improvements out on the waters late Tuesday.
By Wednesday, high pressure will weaken due a weak front entering North Florida. As this happens a lighter breeze will be in place. A slight chance for rain has been introduced into the forecast for Thursday ahead of the front. Some of the computer models are showing the front coming through and other have it fizzling before it gets to South Florida. Either way, we will see some showers ahead and no noticeable temperature change as another area of high pressure will build quickly behind.
If you haven't made any weekend plans yet... I know it's early, but we have the event just for you! The Toys in the Sun Run takes place this upcoming Sunday, December 9th, 2012 at 9:30am. Come ride with me for some really special kids. The motorcycle ride starts at Mardi Gras Casino in Hallandale Beach and will end with live entertainment at Markham Park in Sunrise. Look for spectacular weather and don't forget to bring a new unwrapped toy. This event will benefit the Joe DiMaggios Children's Hospital and the James Jr.. Fund.
Have a wonderful Monday South Florida and make it a safe one!