Take your umbrella to your Veteran’s Day events as a few showers are possible Monday afternoon in South Florida.
Clouds were still lingering early Monday but more sunshine was expected later in the day. Highs will reach 84.
Ocean breezes will keep the rip current risk elevated for several days and hazardous marine conditions may unfold by Wednesday afternoon.
Tuesday will be isolated showers with highs again in the mid 80s. The next front is expected Wednesday, and will drop temps into the high 70s.
A quieter weather pattern should settle in by Thursday with slightly cooler temperatures expected across South Florida.
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