South Florida a front is moving through this morning and winds have shifted out of the Northwest. This means it will be cooling down throughout the day and temperatures will struggle to reach into the low 70’s by the afternoon. The wind will also be gusty at times making for rough seas. As the front moves through, high pressure will be settling in over the Southeast United States to keep conditions mostly dry through the weekend.
By Saturday, high pressure will move into the Western Atlantic Ocean and that means the return of an East wind will slowly moderate temperatures above our averages. High temperatures will be back in the 80’s on Sunday with a chance of seeing passing sprinkles. Overall the weather looks great for St. Patrick’s Day… The rain chances will be higher by the middle of next week.
Forecast lows tonight:
Have a wonderful day South Florida and make it a safe one!
WSVN Channel 7