South Florida will feel more like summer than the start of March for the next few days, but the reward could be worth it with a much better looking weekend forecast.
We are locked into this warm and humid pattern. Morning temps are already in the mid-70s with mid-80s in the cards for highs later on Wednesday. We won't see much more than a passing shower.
There will be a southerly breeze to take the edge off the temperatures a bit, but it also makes things a little tricky out on the water. Small craft should exercise caution as there will be a moderate chop on Biscayne Bay and rip currents will impact our area beaches. This pattern continues all week.
A brand new front will roll into town Saturday and break out some showers and a storm. Refreshing air moves in for the second half of the weekend with lows in the low 60s and highs remaining in the 70s. Monday brings more of the same.