Saturday signaled a change in the pattern around South Florida as shower and thunderstorm coverage rapidly decreased.
Sunday begins a drier and brighter forecast that will last for several days.
With only an isolated thunderstorm or two expected in the afternoon, Sunday’s highs will reach the lower 90s.
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This will also mark the first of many days featuring highs in the 90s, a trend that will extend through next week.
A fairly dry forecast is expected for the entirety of the week as hazy skies lead to filtered sunshine.
The quieter weather will be provided by a steady ocean breeze and some Saharan air moving through the area.
Tropical development is not anticipated over the next several days.