If you were hoping for a dip in temperatures to end the work week in South Florida, it won't happen this Friday with heat advisories remaining in effect for parts of the area.
We remain locked in a hot and humid pattern with Friday being no different after a record morning low in Miami of 85 degrees - the highest in the city's history.
Heat advisories will be in effect for much of South Florida starting at noon, but a touch more breeze has trimmed back a heat advisory to mainland Monroe County and in-land parts of Miami-Dade until 6 p.m.
Even still, expect feels like temperatures well above 100 with no rain expected during the day. We stay hot and humid this weekend with the possibility of a little more Saharan dust as highs will range from 92 to 93 degrees with very little rain.
We will see more intermittent dust next week with a few isolated storms and highs remaining above 90 degrees.
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