Cold front has moved through South Florida. A few showers are lingering over the Atlantic coastal waters, but these should push further Southeastward through early afternoon. Winds are forecast to build out of the North bringing drier and cooler air through tonight. In fact, tomorrow morning we will be waking up into the low 50’s in Broward and Miami-Dade. Upper 50’s to low 60’s in the Florida Keys. High temperatures will only range in the upper 60’s!
Computer models are going with breezy to gusty winds late Tuesday as an area of low pressure builds along the cold front off the North/South Carolina coast into the Western Atlantic Ocean. This will help draw in colder air. In fact, temperatures could be in the widespread 40’s in Broward and Miami-Dade to low 50’s in the Florida Keys. Also, if the winds range over 5 mph for about 3 or more consecutive hours, wind chill could be a factor. Feels like temperatures could range in the mid to upper 30’s. Stay tuned in case a Wind Chill Advisory may be issued.
Stay warm South Florida!
Meteorologist, AMS Certified
WSVN Channel 7