Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida is in for a chilly change. We had a cold front move through on Monday and high pressure with winds of change out of the North to help draw in cooler air. However, the colder air is slowly working its way to South Florida and will be felt Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Temperature readings will tumble into the lower 40s inland to upper 40s along the coast. This is not counting the fact that winds will make it feel even colder.
The big question is, will the clouds completely clear Tuesday night to allow the temperatures to fall into the 40s? Most computer models are definitely insisting that temperatures will drop into the 40s, but they are not accounting for the possibility that the clouds may linger overnight. It will still be cold, but if the clouds stick around, it could impede temperatures from reaching the low 40s in some spots.
It looks like the majority of the week this cool wave is set to hang around. By the weekend, temperatures will be nice and seasonal heading into Easter Sunday. High pressure will be slowly moving East by then allowing the return of an ocean breeze to warm things up and start to introduce a chance of rain on Monday.
Have a great Tuesday and bundle up!
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