A wet and messy morning greeted South Floridians as plenty of rain soaked the area. The rain came from a short wave of energy moving in from the Gulf of Mexico that took the showers and thunderstorms with it into the Atlantic waters, but the rain isn’t done with the area just yet.
The same cold front that has spawned severe weather the past few days across much of the U.S. is currently tracking across the Southeast and will be dipping down across the Sunshine state as we head into the weekend.
A dry and quiet start across South Florida will transition into showers and thunderstorms in the late afternoon to early evening courtesy of a low pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico and a frontal boundary.
Showers and thunderstorms moved over the area Sunday night into Monday morning after the mercury soared to 90 degrees, tying a record Sunday. But with the passage of the showers and a cold front on Monday, the temperatures will be plummeting over the next few days.
Some wet weather rolling across South Florida Wednesday morning lead to slick conditions in spots with temperatures hovering in the low 70′s. That pattern of spotty showers will continue throughout the day Wednesday as a cold front slides to our South.
If you’ve looked at the thermometer in the last few days, you know it’s feeling a lot more like summer than winter across the area. But things are changing over the next few days.
It’s been a very mild winter so far, but the coldest air of the season is set to arrive this weekend.
South Florida woke up to a very warm start to the weekend Friday with the low 80s and a few spotty showers. Skies are still hazy across South Florida due to some lingering African Dust.
After a stormy start to the morning for portions of South Florida due some lingering moisture and an area of low pressure in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, the afternoon turned into a pleasant day for most of the area.
The weather throughout most of the work week has been nearly perfect across South Florida with cool mornings and mild, dry, sunny afternoons. But as South Florida heads into the weekend that will be changing.