Patchy dense fog was reported throughout Miami-Dade and Broward Monday morning but was burning off quickly, leaving partly sunny conditions.
After record rainfall Sunday, we will see much more sunshine Monday, with a weak front arriving in the afternoon.
There'll be a chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm as temperatures reach the upper 80s Monday afternoon.
An urban flood advisory was issued for parts of Miami-Dade and Broward counties Sunday, as record rainfall was reported in some areas.
Monday's cold front will bring one final round of a few isolated showers before gorgeous weather moves in on Tuesday.
Once the front passes, beautiful late April weather rolls in beginning Tuesday and sticks around through the workweek.
Keep checking NBC 6’s First Alert Doppler 6000 for storms in your area.