We started off the weekend with showers over the Atlantic waters on Saturday morning. Ahead of a cold front, more showers will be on the way for the rest of the day and Sunday as a cold front dips down the Sunshine State.
Once the front nears the Florida Straits, lingering moisture will add to spotty showers on Sunday under partly sunny skies.
Drier air will move in with high pressure building in for the work week. The passage of this front is not expected to bring a significant cooling to South Florida, but we will have limited shower activity under mostly to partly sunny skies with northerly winds.
Additionally, don’t forget Daylight Saving Time ends tomorrow. This is also a good time to change batteries in smoke & carbon monoxide detectors.
There are no areas of interest expected over the next 5 days.
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