By Jennifer Correa

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Another cool morning is in the books. The day started rain-free with temperatures in the upper-50s to mid-60s.

However, the cool mornings are coming to an end because of a dry stretch of weather.

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On Wednesday, you can expect dry conditions across South Florida and that means sunny skies and a warm afternoon. Each day, temperatures will be warmer than the day before with highs getting closer to the 90s by the weekend.

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The weather setup looks like this. A blocking high-pressure system that is in the upper levels of the atmosphere and is locked over the northern Caribbean, eastern Gulf of Mexico, and Florida. This is a strong high so it will not be moving anywhere for the next several days. As a result, South Florida’s weather pattern is stable and dry.

The warmest days will be Saturday and Sunday when afternoon temperatures will be flirting with the 90s. Until then, low to mid-80s today, then mid to upper 80s Thursday and Friday for daytime high temperatures. Overnight will also warm up to the low 70s By Thursday morning.

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If this sunny weather is calling you to be more outdoorsy this week, make sure to apply the sunscreen.

Jennifer Correa