MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – We all know it’s dry. Now it’s getting hot in South Florida, hot enough to break records, as the cold fronts that made winter mostly pleasant are starting to become less frequent, and much weaker, in the Sunshine State.
CBS4 Meteorologist Jeff Berardelli said Miami’s high for 89 Sunday tied the record high for this date in 1984, and with even warmer temperatures expected for Monday, Berardelli said there is a good chance we could break the current record of 89, set in 1946.READ MORE: CBS4 Investigates: Smugglers Trying To Cash In On COVID Pandemic
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But as the heat hovers in the upper 80’s and the low 90’s for most of the week, a cold front is expected to drop temperatures slightly for next weekend, and bring back some drier air. Before that happens, the front could being in some badly needed rain, but unlikely enough to have any effect at all on South Florida’s growing drought.MORE NEWS: Fourth Day Of Jury Deliberations In Dayonte Resiles Murder Trial Ends With No Verdict
Tougher water restrictions were imposed on parts of Broward and Palm Beach County Saturday as water levels drop at Lake Okeechobee, and much of the state remains susceptible to brush fires due to the dry conditions.