We’ll get a double dose of sunshine, cool morning temps, mild afternoon highs and mostly dry conditions this weekend.
On Saturday, our morning temps were the coolest temps of this week. As we bask in the sunshine, our temps will peak into the low to mid 80s.
Sunday morning temps will not be as cool as they start off in the upper 60s to low 70s, but the daytime highs will mirror Saturday.
Additionally, minor flooding will be a concern for coastal communities this weekend. It will not be from rain, but another pull on the high tides with the approach of the next Supermoon on Monday.
As we cruise into the work week, we will see a better chance of showers on Tuesday ahead of the next cold front to sweep through South Florida and bring cooler temps back.
Models suggest a broad area of low pressure could form over the southwestern Caribbean Sea by next week. As it drifts north northeast, there are low chances of tropical development over the next 5 days.
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