Some noticeable weather changes are on the horizon. What’s actually notable, for south Florida, is that we haven’t seen “something new” for awhile. On the heels of a beautiful and sunny weekend, we’re now seeing more clouds arrive. The extra cloud cover is fanning-in from various directions while ahead of an approaching cold front. Currently, the boundary is draped across northern parts of the state (and it hasn’t budged much over the past day or two). Over the next 24 hours, upper winds will finally send the cold front into our region… especially from Monday night through Tuesday. While the front is near us, expect dampening rain, in spots. A few heavy downpours will also be possible as the front crosses the south Florida mainland and Keys late Tuesday. What can we expect once the front pushes by? Distant high pressure over the southeastern states will expand southward. Nice and steady clearing will take us back into sunshine with slightly cooler air for the midweek. Winds from the north will even make it feel more like fall, too. Breezy and mild weather will last through the end of the week. In short, conditions will be ideal for outdoor activities. It’s another enjoyable stretch (once the front solidly clears).