Weather Forecast: Chilly Saturday as Cold Front Continues to Move Over South Florida

Highs in the upper 60s, dry skies.

By Erika Delgado
|  Saturday, Jan 18, 2014  |  Updated 10:11 AM EDT
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Dry cold front today will move through and drier air filters in by tonight.  Chilly start to Sunday morning is expected then temperatures rebound during the day.

Dry cold front today will move through and drier air filters in by tonight. Chilly start to Sunday morning is expected then temperatures rebound during the day.

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A weak cold front will swing over South Florida Saturday, leaving dry skies and just a few clouds.

Highs will reach the upper 60s during the day, with lows in the mid- to upper 40s overnight. High pressure will move in, bringing even drier air and clear conditions.

Frost could be an issue across inland areas, but dry conditions will keep chances of frost mostly low.

After a chilly start to the morning Sunday, high pressure will begin to build again, allowing temperatures to bounce back up during the day. Highs could reach 70, with mostly sunny skies.

Temperatures will remain in the lower 70s throughout next week. Showers are possible Tuesday into Wednesday, with cooler temperatures at the tail-end of the week.

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