Saturday morning’s cold front delivered on the promise of cooler and drier air, which will stick around for the next few days.
Sunday morning will prove to be the coolest of the next several days as early lows dip into the middle and upper 50s around the area.
These temperatures would put the area at readings not experienced in South Florida since March.
Sunny skies will follow the cooler start as afternoon highs climb into the upper 70s.
Dry conditions, with lows in the lower 60s and highs around 80, will continue through mid-week.
By Wednesday, isolated showers enter the forecast as an ocean breeze migrates into the area.
Highs will also jump into the lower 80s and lows hover in the lower 70s to close out the workweek.
By next weekend, another front may cross the area to keep temperatures near or slightly below average.