There's a very pleasant forecast in store Tuesday in South Florida ahead of Wednesday's cold front.
After early-morning temperatures dipped into the upper 60s and lower 70s, they'll climb to the mid-80s under partly sunny skies. A northeast breeze may bring in a passing shower in the afternoon.
By Tuesday night, a cold front will advance into South Florida, keeping clouds and shower chances around Wednesday as temperatures reach only the upper 70s.
Ocean breezes will keep the rip current risk elevated for several days and hazardous marine conditions may unfold by Wednesday afternoon.
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