While pockets of sunshine popped up from time to time Saturday, clouds and showers continued to dominate skies for much of the afternoon.
Breezy conditions along the beaches prompted a Wind Advisory to be issued until midnight Saturday.
Gusty winds should begin to subside overnight as shower chances continue.
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Sunday will still lean towards a wet, but not washout, forecast around South Florida.
Passing showers will continue as pockets of sunshine, again, pop up through mid-day.
Sunday’s highs will climb into the lower 80s with higher-than-average humidity for mid-November.
By Monday, a drier trend kicks in as a stout cold front approaches the area. A few showers still anticipated as highs top out at 83.
The front will pass through South Florida late-day and allow cooler and drier air to settle in for several days.
In the new week, morning temperatures will reset to the lower 60s while afternoon highs climb into the upper 70s under mostly sunny skies Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.