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After Saturday Showers, South Florida to See Bright Sunday

Presidents’ Day weekend kicks off with fog, clouds and scattered showers in South Florida this Saturday morning

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After a warm and humid afternoon, evening showers will soon wind down around South Florida and the Keys.

The showers, triggered by a weak cold front, will come to an end as slightly cooler and drier air seeps in overnight.

Overnight lows will dip into the mid-60s under partly cloudy skies.

The transition behind the cold front will lead a breezy and bright Sunday afternoon.

Highs will briefly reach into the upper 70s with a touch less humidity.

Thereafter, the work week will roll on with a steady-state pattern. 

Several consecutive days are on deck with bright skies, highs in the lower 80s and little to no rain chance.

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