Drier Days in Sight

As high pressure builds back over South Florida, a northeast breeze will push showers in our direction today. Off the breeze, expect spotty showers through tonight moving in off the Atlantic waters. This morning, those showers look to favor the coastal and metro areas.

The steady onshore winds will also rough up the surf and seas. There is a high risk of rip currents at our local beaches. For boaters in Miami-Dade and Broward coastal waters, they are advised to use caution. For The Keys, there is a small craft advisory in place.

Drier air will start to settle in over South Florida into the weekend. Expect isolated showers under mostly to partly sunny skies and seasonal temps.

Models suggest another cold front will close in on South Florida starting Sunday night. It looks to stall over the region and bring spotty showers for the first half of the week. The jury is still out on whether we will feel cooler temps. Stay tuned!



Area of low pressure in the Caribbean Sea is producing disorganized showers and storms. The National Hurricane Center is giving it low chances for tropical development over the next 5 days. Just a friendly reminder, hurricane season ends in 2 weeks.


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