South Florida could spend most of its weekend dodging rain drops before the wet weather clears out in time for the work week.
A cold front is now south of the area which means lower humidity will gradually work in Saturday and Sunday on a strong northeast breeze.
There is still enough moisture coming in off the ocean that there could be a few passing thundershowers in the afternoon.
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Highs will top out at 85° and there is a high risk for dangerous rip currents at the beach all weekend long. Sunday will be similar with passing thundershowers but humidity on the lower side and a pleasant high of 83°.
Monday will be the driest day coming up before rain chances ramp up for the rest of the week. Rainy season officially begins Saturday.