Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
On Easter Sunday sunrise is set to be a beautiful one taking place at 7:13am. Look for partly cloudy skies and temperature readings in the morning in the upper 60s. Also, for those of you planning egg hunts for the kids conditions will be just right throughout the day with high temperatures in the low 80s and looking dry.
High pressure responsible for the beautiful weather the last few days will be begin to weaken on Monday. Our winds will change out of the West-Southwest to draw in heat and humidity from the Gulf of Mexico. Each afternoon beginning Monday we could see some sea breeze showers. However, most of the computer models keep insisting that a big change is in store as an area of clouds and rain forming by the Yucatan peninsula could track our way since winds will be out of the West-Southwest. This could potentially set the stage for soggy weather for the second half of the week. We will have to wait and see what the models have to say in the next few runs. Either way, some sea breeze showers will be on order.
Have a wonderful night South Florida and make it a safe one!
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