Coastal Showers Ahead of Cold Front

South Florida Weather

The forecast calls for more sunshine and fewer showers (mainly along the coast) until a cold front crosses through South Florida tonight. Temperatures will be at or slightly above normal with highs in the low to mid 80’s with less humidity into Thanksgiving Day.

High pressure will dominate most of the week sitting off the mid-Atlantic states. This will increase winds behind the cold front on Tuesday. Therefore, enjoy the brief favorable beach and boating conditions before they quickly deteriorate and hazardous winds and seas return for most the work week. Also, there will be a lingering risk of rip currents.

For now, there is a enough moisture in the air to see isolated showers until the front arrives.


Tropics Update 

A disturbance located a few hundred miles east of the Southeast Bahamas is producing widespread cloudiness and little shower activity. It has small chance to develop before merging with a front on Tuesday. Later this week, it may have another opportunity to develop subtropical characteristics if it becomes separated from the front and meander over the Central Atlantic.

Have a wonderful day South Florida and make it a safe one!

Vivian Gonzalez

Meteorologist, AMS Certified

WSVN Channel 7