After days of heat that made it feel more like summer, South Florida will get some needed relief from rain arriving in the area ahead of a cold front.
Wednesday will again be warm, muggy and breezy with morning temperatures in the mid to upper 70s and afternoon mid-80s to follow. Humidity is running quite high, so expect feels like temperatures to eclipse 90.
The water sounds like a good place to escape the heat and it will be, but the breeze will cause a few issues. The rip current risk is running highs and seas could occasionally hit 5 feet.
A front will roll in late in the day on Thursday and bring scattered showers and a few storms. Highs will still manage to push into the mid-80s, but this will be the last day of the warm and muggy temperatures.
Good Friday right through Easter Sunday will feature low humidity, a breeze and cooler numbers. Lows will dip into the low 60s and highs may struggle to get out of the mid to upper 70s.