Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
After a chilly start by South Florida standards, a warming trend is underway. Temperatures on Monday morning started off in the lower 50s with the coldest spot being Kendall reporting 49 degrees. Clear skies overnight lead to temperatures dropping just a tad more due to a reinforcing front moving through over the weekend. As a cool area of high pressure begins to weaken on Tuesday, look for warmer winds out of the East to be around. This means temperatures will gradually warm up and more clouds will be moving in and out with forecast high temperatures around 80 degrees by Wednesday... The forecast also calling for a dry period through the majority of the week.
However, by week's end another cold front may be moving through to cool us down for the weekend. If the front holds on Friday and Saturday we could see some showers ahead. Although we could use the rain and it will be limited, look for at least seasonal type temperatures over the weekend.
Have a great week South Florida and make it a safe one!
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