Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
Some clouds may stick around South Florida due to the passage of a front early Wednesday morning.
The breeze will pick up Wednesday night out of the North ranging between 15-20 mph. This will help to draw in cooler and much drier air.
High pressure will set up shop over the Southeast through the end the week . This will keep conditions mostly dry, with cool mornings and mild afternoons.
Heading into the weekend, look for the high to slowly slip farther out into the Western Atlantic Ocean swinging our winds out of the East... resulting in a slow warming trend into the new week.
For now, sweater weather it is... Overnight lows on Thursday will range in the middle to upper 50s.
Have a great Wednesday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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