The coldest air of the last nine months will sweep into South Florida following Monday evening’s highly anticipated cold front.
Through the course of the evening and overnight, showers will end as skies clear by daybreak Tuesday.
While a cool change is in store for the overnight, the coldest weather is still ahead.
Following the front, Tuesday will yield increasing sunshine as cool air continues to spill across the region on the heels of a northwest wind.
After early morning lows level off in the upper 50s, afternoon highs will struggle to reach the upper 60s under mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday morning will bring the coldest temperatures of this cool spell as skies remain clear and winds turn light. This will bring the ideal scenario for early lows to drop into the upper 40s and lower 50s before rebounding to the lower 70s later in the day.
The highs and lows aren’t record breaking, but will be unseasonably cool for early December.
A warming trend rounds out the week with a chance for showers returning by the following weekend as highs near 80 yet again.
Yet another cold front is anticipated by the end of the weekend, possibility keeping the run of nice weather going into the second week of December.