Tied a Record, Now Cooler Days

Ahead of our next cold front, temps climbed into the warm zone on Thursday. It was even one for the record book in Miami. We tied the one set back in 1898 at 85°.

A mostly clear day will turn into a clear night across South Florida. Light southwesterly winds will filter in humid air and stir up patchy fog over the inland areas during the overnight hours.

As this front crosses on Friday, expect isolated to spotty showers ahead of it before another shot of cooler air moves in by the start of the weekend. Temps will dip into the upper 40s (inland) and 50s (metro & coastal communities) on Friday night/Saturday morning as daytime highs warm to the upper 60s to low 70s on Saturday.

Models are suggesting yet another cold front will make a mark on So Flo by bringing spotty showers on Sunday. On the backside of the cold front, cool and dry air will return on Monday. This will keep morning temps in the 50 with daytime highs in the 60s into the start of the week.

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