By Lissette Gonzalez

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – After warmer temperatures have made a quick comeback, here comes the rain.

A trough of low pressure is sliding in from the Caribbean on Thursday, which is bringing in a surge of moisture starting overnight Wednesday.

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Scattered showers and storms are possible into Thursday morning which means that a wet and messy commute is expected. The storm chance remains high throughout Thursday with heavy rain at times. Due to the rain and clouds around, highs will be in the upper 70s through the weekend.

The wet pattern will continue Friday as moisture remains in place while a weak cold front moves into South Florida on Saturday.

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The cold front will end up stalling and dissipating over South Florida. This will keep the rain chances high through the weekend with spotty to scattered showers and gusty winds as a high-pressure system build over the Southeastern US.

By Monday, there is still lingering moisture but widespread showers are not expected. So, a little more sun is expected Monday afternoon with highs climbing to near 80 degrees.

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Then a strong cold front moves in Tuesday with dramatically cooler temperatures. Lows will fall to the 60s by Tuesday morning and then in the low 50s by Wednesday morning while highs will be in the low to mid-70s on those days.

Lissette Gonzalez