A weak cold front advanced through South Florida Wednesday, setting up the pattern for mainly sunny, dry afternoons for the next several days.
Wednesday is expected to be partly cloudy with temperatures averaging 88 degrees. Wednesday night will be mostly clear with temperatures of 75 degrees.
By Thursday, drier air advances into South Florida, setting up a pleasant pattern with low humidity that will hold through the weekend. It’s expected to be mostly sunny, less humid and with temperatures of 87 degrees.
Friday and Saturday will be mostly sunny with temperatures reaching 85 degrees. Sunday is expected to be partly cloudy with an isolated shower.
There are no named systems in the Atlantic basin at this time. Hurricane season runs through November 30th.
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