As a cold front sweeps through South Florida Sunday evening, northeast breezes will move in overnight to deliver a nice forecast to start the week.
For the next few days, morning lows will drop into the lower 70s with afternoon highs bouncing back into the mid-80s.
Partly cloudy skies will be the rule Monday and Tuesday with dry conditions prevailing.
The only hazard over the next few days will come from a persistent ocean breeze, which will keep a Small Craft Advisory in effect until late-day Monday.
In addition, a high rip current risk will be present through mid-week.
While not overly cool, the humidity drop, coupled with average Mid-October temperatures, will feel nice.
Shower and thunderstorm chances will return late-week as moisture advances back into the region.
Conditions remain quiet in the Atlantic, with development expected over the next five to seven days.