With north winds kicking up, low temperatures in the 50s with be slow to climb through the morning Thursday in South Florida.
Afternoon highs will run about ten degrees below average, reaching only into the lower 70s mid-day under sunny skies.
Clear skies will hang around tonight but temps won’t be quite as cool, dropping into the lower 50s inland and into the upper 50s along the coast.
Progressively warmer and breezier conditions return as we polish off the work week and head into the weekend. Expect highs of 76 on Friday, 79 on Saturday and 81 on Sunday.
With the return of northeast winds this weekend, the rip current danger will be elevated.