Much of South Florida could be dodging raindrops Tuesday, but the wet weather will give way to a more beautiful forecast in the coming days.
A cold front is pushing across South Florida Tuesday and you'll feel the changes. Look for scattered showers and a possible storm with winds picking up too. The front should be south of us by Tuesday evening, effectively shutting down most of the showers.
South Florida will turn windy, cooler and drier and should stay locked into this pattern for most of the week. Highs will struggle to hit 80 degrees Wednesday and Thursday before seeing them return late week and into the weekend.
With much of South Florida staying windy this week, marine conditions will be tough to deal with. A high risk of rip currents and a small craft advisory will be in play through Friday evening.
In addition, we are dealing with minor King Tide flooding. This will be enhanced with our gusty northeast winds. Minor saltwater flooding is expected near the coast all week, especially around high tide.