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Near Record Temperatures, Slightly Lower Rain Chances for South Florida on Thursday

Rain chances will be on the low side, coming in around 30% in the afternoon

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There's good news and bad news in South Florida on Thursday when it comes to the weather - while rain chances will be slightly lower, the area will be flirting with near record temperatures once again.

After near-record heat Thursday morning across parts of South Florida, we will be right back at it again during the afternoon.  We are expecting highs in the mid-90s with feels like temperatures hitting 105 or higher.

The current record high in Miami stands at 96, 95 in Fort Lauderdale and 94 in Key West. Miami has the best shot here. Rain chances will be on the low side today, coming in around 30% at best.

The heat stays locked in all weekend and rain chances begin to rise again. Look for continued highs in the mid-90s with 50% of us seeing showers and storms on Saturday and maybe a touch lower, 40%, for Sunday.

The best chance for storms each day will be during the afternoon.

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