Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida on this Wednesday we have some high clouds moving from the Gulf of Mexico and low clouds moving in from the Atlantic Ocean... The low clouds are managing to drive in some isolated showers from time to time, so it is not a bad idea to have the umbrellas handy. Otherwise, it is looking great under partly cloudy skies.
On Friday, our weather will be changing due to the tail of a system currently producing rain, snow, sleet from Texas to the upper mid-west. This a cold front that computer models are showing will the Florida peninsula and make our winds turn out of the West-Southwest. It will aid in creating an unsettled environment for South Florida... Although most of the rain will be concentrated over North-Central Florida, we will have sea breeze showers and storms. That will be enough to make conditions rather wet through Sunday. Right now, we are leaving a decent chance of rain in the forecast.
Have a wonderful Wednesday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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