Temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s will rise into the lower 80s Friday afternoon in South Florida.
Though it will be drier than Thursday, the chance of an isolated shower remains across South Florida Friday. The National Weather Service in Miami reported 2.30 inches of rain at Miami International Airport Thursday, which beat the previous record of 1.57 inches of rain on March 15 set in 1974.
Much of the day will feature dry and partly sunny weather.
Residents will wake up Saturday to the upper 60s and lower 70s again, with highs around 82 degrees. It will be dry and mostly sunny with some scattered clouds mixing in.
A few more clouds enter the mix on Sunday, still the forecast is pleasant. Highs will peak in the lower 80s, which is typical in mid-March.