MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Cooler weather, by South Florida standards, is on the way, finally.
A cold front is on the way to bring us some relief from the heat. The front will be moving into South Florida on Saturday morning when we’ll wake up to the low to mid-70s. As the front moves in, we’ll see mostly cloudy skies, a building breeze, and increasing showers.
Over the weekend, the stronger onshore flow will lead to hazardous marine conditions and a higher risk of dangerous rip currents.
Under the clouds and rain highs will struggle to rise out of the 70s.
Saturday night we’ll enjoy lows in the upper 60s and some inland areas may fall to the mid-60s as the rain comes to an end.
Sunday afternoon will be the nicer day of the weekend with pleasant sunshine and highs right around 80 degrees.
As high pressure builds over the western Atlantic, and our winds shift out of the east, we’ll warm up a bit on Monday. Veteran’s Day we’ll see highs in the low 80s with the potential for a few showers. It will be warmer on Tuesday with highs near the mid-80s. But by the middle of next week, another cold front is forecast to move in and we’ll see highs only in the upper 70s on Wednesday.