Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
We have an area of high pressure that is in control of our weather and it is responsible for the extra dry conditions in place. However, since it is centered rather far away along the middle Atlantic states, that is why it is breezy at the beaches. If you are going to the beach or boating keep in mind that the water will be choppy. This area of high pressure will stay put through Tuesday and begin to weaken on Wednesday with an approaching cold front.
As high pressure weakens, our winds will shift out of the South drawing in more humidity. The cold front will cross through weak in fashion on Thursday and bring us a chance of seeing isolated showers. This will be our next best chance of seeing some rain that we desperately need as dry season is in full swing. Speaking of dry season, since the air is so dry leading into the next few months we will be susceptible to see additional brush fires much like over the weekend. Luckily the stronger breeze out of the East has been pushing the smoke well inland from a brush fire in Southwest Miami-Dade.
Have a great week South Florida and make it a safe one!
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