Wake up weather on Friday will be near 60 degrees, and an isolated sprinkle may affect south Florida, but generally dry, breezy and partly sunny skies will rule the forecast.
Highs will peak in the mid 70s, slightly higher than Thursday.
Fort Lauderdale reached a high of 70 degrees Thursday. That was the coolest high temperature on record there for Nov. 8.
Temperatures will moderate over the weekend and reach seasonable lower 80s by Sunday.
Plan on increasing wind which will lead to the high risk of rip currents at local Atlantic beaches. A lonely shower cannot be ruled out on the breeze, though the weather is currently expected to remain dry and partly sunny.