The breeze has not calmed down just yet. Winds are still shifting, now more easterly, from 10-20mph on this Election Day.
Drier air is settling in over South Florida courtesy of high pressure over the east coast. While we cannot rule out a quick coastal shower or two, we are looking at mostly dry conditions today and over the next couple of days.
Daytime highs will remain on the mild side in the low 80s with overnight lows in the upper 60s to low 70s.
Another cold front is forecast to move over the Sunshine State bringing a few showers on Thursday and clearing us out with a possible slip in temps by the weekend.
All is quiet in the final month of this 2016 Atlantic hurricane season.
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