South Florida is feeling the holiday warmth while catching a breeze! Winds have been arriving from the ocean. They have been gusty at times but less noticeable across inland locations. There’s not a lot of deep moisture around, yet a few showers could shift our way from the east. On Friday, conditions will remain quiet and consistent. Outside of a brief little shower, we’ll see “on and off” sun with pleasantly warm temperatures. Some minor weather changes should arrive this weekend. High pressure will weaken which will allow a weak cold front to sag into Florida. The front may trigger isolated showers, especially from Saturday afternoon through early Sunday. Once the front crosses, then, drier air will return to our region. Looking ahead, wind speeds will be increasing (once again) for the early part of next week. Expect more boating advisories and the familiar rip current threat.