Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida first we have to deal with possible record heat on Wednesday, then wet weather as we round up the week. In fact, the rain chances grow on Valentine's Day Thursday. Most of the computer models show the leading edge of a cold front moving through helping the clouds build and create an unsettled environment. The cold front will linger through early Saturday, but before it gets pushed away it will leave lots of clouds behind and heavy rain at times for Friday. This is actually a good thing since we have been extra dry and running a large deficit in both Miami and Fort Lauderdale since November 1st. The forecast is also introducing the possibility of seeing thunderstorms as well.
By Saturday, a reinforcing shot of cold air will be sent our way and it will clear skies and drastically drop our temperatures overnight. Right now, we are looking at the upper 40s for low temperatures and upper 60s for highs come Sunday. On Monday, it will still be chilly, but lows will be in the low 50s with highs in the low 70s. Dry conditions will persist through the upcoming week.
Have a wonderful Wednesday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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