Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
Your holiday forecast is looking great South Florida. We started off with more clouds, but now more sunshine is filtering through. A weak front nearby has triggered a few coastal showers this morning, but overall not dampening your early morning commute. Inauguration day South Florida for us should be mostly dry with a light breeze out of the East. Changes will take place in the forecast on Tuesday due to a cold front located now over the Southeast United States. This front should swing down our state on Tuesday maybe producing a few showers. However, don't get too excited because we are only expecting a slight dip in degrees. Wake up temperatures on Wednesday will be in the low 60s along the coast (very seasonal) and there will be a few upper 50s inland... so nice and refreshing for the middle of the week awaits.
Late in the week there are some signs of a stronger cold front approaching South Florida. One computer model shows a weaker cold front moving through between Friday and Saturday and another model shows a stronger cold front. For now, we will have to wait and see with updated model runs what they will be showing for the weekend. In any case, leaving temperatures near normal for the weekend and will adjust accordingly.
Have a great holiday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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