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Sunny skies and low humidity stick around for the next several days as we dry out from last week's rains.
A dry, sunny weather pattern has settled in across South Florida and is likely to hang around for several days to come.
Driven by an upper-level low in the Southeast, dry air continues to flow into South Florida, which keeps our skies mostly sunny. Temperatures will stay comfortable with highs in the lower to middle 80s for highs with low humidity.
Rain chances stay very low for the next several days.
Monday will be mostly sunny with low humidity and highs near 83. It'll be mostly clear Monday night with temps around 66.
Tuesday will remain mostly sunny and dry, with high temps around 84. Wednesday will be partly cloudy and warmer, with highs reaching 85.
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