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Cooler, Drier Sunday Sets Up Sunny Week Ahead in South Florida

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Despite the windy forecast, a comfortable stretch of weather will be setting into South Florida this week as high pressure ushers in low humidity and cooler than average temperatures.

Windy conditions over the next few days will contribute to a high risk for rip currents along all Atlantic beaches and present dangerous marine conditions as well. Through Tuesday, a strong ocean breeze will bring gusts up to 30 mph.

Otherwise, a mix of sun and clouds with reduced humidity will be the highlight of the pattern. 

Overnight lows will level in the lower to middle 60s while afternoon highs reach into the middle and upper 70s.

While a stray shower cannot be ruled out any day this week along the breeze, there are no widespread rain chances in the forecast over the next five to seven days.

By late-week, as the breeze begins to dial back, a subtle increase in humidity will return as afternoon highs bounce back to the lower 80s.

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