Cool Start Followed By Sunshine Thursday in South Florida

Temps start in the high 50s, highs in the mid-70s

By Ryan Phillips
|  Thursday, Jan 24, 2013  |  Updated 8:51 AM EDT
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Cool mornings and warm afternoons finish of the work-week as high pressure lingers over the state.

Cool mornings and warm afternoons finish of the work-week as high pressure lingers over the state.

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Sunshine will be easy to find in South Florida Thursday now that all the clouds have moved out overnight.

That’s also left us with cool conditions this morning as readings are generally in the upper 50s. Highs Thursday will climb to the mid-70s under mostly sunny skies and lighter winds out of the north.

Tonight will still be cool with lows dipping to the upper 50s inland to near 60 in the coastal areas.

Friday brings in a nice rebound with highs returning to 76 under partly cloudy skies.

A slow warming trend carries on this weekend with highs in the upper 70s, dry conditions and mostly sunny skies. The cool snap that we were tracking won’t quite make it to South Florida so we’ll keep conditions seasonable for late January.

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