Forecast: Dry, Warm Sunday | NBC 6 South Florida

Forecast: Dry, Warm Sunday



    Take advantage of another rain-free day today. Showers return to the forecast for the start of the work week. (Published Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014)

    High pressure will continue to move further into the Atlantic today, allowing for an east wind to warm us up into the mid to low 80s. It will be partly sunny with no rain expected for today. There will be a moderate risk of rip currents.

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    Showers return to forecast tomorrow ahead of an approaching cold front. We can expect a southwest wind to warm us right up to the mid 80s again.

    For the rest of the week, we will see increasing rain chances each day ahead of a cold front. Showers should continue into Wednesday morning, when cooler temperatures will filter in. After that, overnight lows will be back into the 50s. 

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