A day after record-setting lows swept through South Florida, early Morning temperatures were in the 60s Thursday and expected to rise to the lower 80s by the afternoon.
High pressure will continue to deliver mostly sunny skies to South Florida and winds from the east and southeast for the next few days will result in gradual warming.
Friday will be mainly dry. An isolated shower is possible late in the day, but will have a wide spread impact.
Showers and thunderstorms are possible both Saturday and Sunday. The models have increased the likelihood of wet weather since Wednesday’s runs. A disturbance will cause scattered showers Saturday through at least Sunday morning.