As high pressure will remain our dominating weather pattern as we cruise into the weekend.
Located north of us, it will continue a trek to the east, into the Western Atlantic. This will stir up easterly winds across South Florida. On the breeze, we could see isolated showers despite the mostly cloudy skies on Saturday.
Additionally, our temps are gradually warm up into the seasonal range as highs in the 70s return this weekend and stay that way for much of next week.
Our next cold front is forecast to move into the area as we start off the work week. This one looks weak but as it stalls over the Florida Straits, expect a chance for more showers starting Monday night and a better chance on Tuesday.
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