By Craig Setzer

MIAMI (CBSMiami) — After several comfortably cool days, a warmup is underway but it will be short lived because rainfall and a couple of cold fronts are in our future.

Tuesday night will be milder and mostly cloudy with lows falling to around 70 degrees.

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The warming trend continues Wednesday as highs rise to the low 80s. Clouds will move in during the day.

Storm chances increase on Thursday due to a surge of moisture from the south. Showers and storms will develop with the potential for heavy downpours. Highs will not be as warm on Thursday due to the rain and clouds around.

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South Florida remains unsettled on Friday with the potential for scattered showers and some storms as a weak front moves in.

On Saturday, a weak cold front will bring more breeze and passing showers will be possible and highs will climb to the upper 70s.

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The rain chance starts to go down on Sunday but will linger into Monday ahead of a strong pre-Thanksgiving cold front.

Craig Setzer