High pressure will lose its strong hold on the Sunshine State over the next couple of days. This will result in mostly cloudy skies with isolated showers from Broward to the Keys on Monday.
Ahead of our next area of low pressure and cold front, deep tropical moisture will remain place for the first half of the work week. With the cloud cover going strong, we will see a better chance of showers on Wednesday.
The approach will also steer our winds more so out of the east and southeast. Through Monday, the steady breeze out of the east will leave a high risk of rip currents at our local beaches. Additionally, a Small Craft Advisory remains in place for boaters in the Keys.
After this front fizzles, models suggest a stronger cold front will sweep through the Sunshine State. This second front will clear the region during the overnight hours of Thursday. This will result in the return of drier/colder air in South Florida as our morning temps dip into the upper 50s (inland) to low 60s (metro and coast).
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