A nice day is expected across South Florida with mild temperatures in the 60’s to start. By the afternoon, near-average temperatures expected in the upper 70’s.

High pressure quickly weakens over the Southeast United States allowing for an area of low pressure and trailing cold front to move into the Gulf of Mexico. This will increase the clouds and rain potential throughout the day on Saturday.

Most computer models area showing a couple of showers early, but the heavy rain and isolated storms late afternoon/early evening. Some of the storms that develop could produce heavy rain leading to areas of street flooding, frequent lightning and gusty winds.

Everything moves out late evening with the winds turning breezy on Sunday.

Temperatures will be seasonable.

Next week gets windy.

Have a wonderful weekend and make it a safe one!

Vivian Gonzalez

Meteorologist, AMS Certified

WSVN Channel 7

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