MIAMI (CBS4) – South Floridians woke up to a misty, chilly morning across the area Tuesday. Low temperatures were in the upper 50’s and low 60’s and the dense fog reduced visibility to a mile or less in spots.

In addition, the low level moisture also caused a bit of drizzle across the area. The low level stratus clouds are streaming in from the North and will likely linger for much of the day keeping our highs in the low 70s since we won’t see much of the sun today.

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Tomorrow, the area will start out with the 50’s once again, but we should enjoy more sunshine with highs in the mid-70’s.

The breeze will build behind a front that will bring us a reinforcing shot of cool air; which means that we’ll still enjoy a cool start for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday with highs in the mid-70’s.

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The trend will continued for shoppers on Black Friday. A milder trend with slightly warmer highs in the upper 70s with plenty of sunshine will roll in this weekend.

Lissette Gonzalez