First Cold Snap of Season Pushing Toward South Florida, Arriving Wednesday

NBC 6's Adam Berg has the First Alert Doppler 6000 Forecast that will being some relief to the area after months of hot temps.

(Published Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017)

As the week starts off with warmer temperatures, the first cold front of the season is moving closer to South Florida and set to bring some refreshing temperatures in the coming days.

The cooler weather is expected to push into the area overnight into Wednesday morning, and possibly bringing along a morning storm. Wednesday afternoon will be drier and cooler, with much less humidity.

Temperatures are forecasted to dip down to 58 for a low on Thursday morning and a high of just 78 before pushing back up into the 80s leading into the weekend.

Another cold front is expected to hit the area Sunday night into Monday morning, bringing back those cooler temps in the area for the start of next week.