By Dave Warren

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – After a super Sunday with bright sunshine and a light breeze get ready for a slight chill to develop during the game and overnight.

Clear skies and lower humidity made for a nice Sunday with highs in the upper 60s. There was a stronger breeze this morning but has and will continue to diminish this evening.

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With clear skies and cooler air in place, it sets the stage for a chilly night tonight.

Tonight will be the coldest night with a warmer breeze developing Monday night and Tuesday.

Temperatures at kickoff will be right about 60 degrees, but falling quickly into the upper 50s.

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By the end of the game, it will be falling through the middle 50s.

Tonight will be a little chilly, but with little to no wind, it will not feel as chilly as it did this morning’s low of 55 degrees.

If you wake up early enough Monday, you will step outside to the upper 40s inland and the lower 50s along the coast.

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No wind and bright sunshine in the forecast, so conditions will be great for a quick warmup.

Dave Warren