MIAMI (CBSMiami) – We started the work week off muggy and mild but cooler weather is on the way. South Florida woke Monday to mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers. We’ll remain unsettled with showers on and off again throughout the day due to plenty of moisture ahead of a cold front on the way. Monday afternoon will be warm and humid with highs in the low 80s. A few thunderstorms are possible in the afternoon and evening.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) — We’ve got a brief chill coming to South Florida. Later this week, temperatures will drop into the mid 50s but you still have some time. Monday afternoon will have highs in the low 80s with some thunderstorms possible through the evening. While it won’t be as windy as this past weekend, it will still be breezy. Tuesday morning, expect to wake up to lows in the 60s. Tuesday will be cooler and drier with highs in the low 70s.
MIAMI (CBSMIAMI) — South Florida is feeling cool right now and there is more to come. Wednesday started off cool and comfortable in South Florida with temperatures in the low to mid-60s. A few inland areas woke up with upper 50s. Just as we are starting to enjoy temperatures close to our average low of 60 degrees, we are in for a big dip in degrees due to a cold front currently moving across North Florida. By Thursday morning, we’ll be about 20 degrees colder.
Record warmth possible today! With tons of sunshine in place & mainly dry weather expected due to high pressure in control, highs will soar to the low to mid 80s. What about this #presidentsday weekend? I’ve got your complete forecast on @CBSMiami#cbs4 at Noon now https://t.co/bh7IzYenNu
A WARM afternoon underway with low 80s and upper 70s across South Florida now. Temperatures will continue to climb. Record highs possible. Any cold fronts on the way for the weekend? Watch @CBSMiami at NOON for my weather update #CBS4https://t.co/dfcoObOyHj
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