Thursday brings another start in the upper 60s and lower 70s followed by afternoon highs in the lower 80s in South Florida.
Expect partly sunny skies, as clouds will increase gradually through the morning while thermometers rise. Shower chances remain low today, with a 10 percent chance of a shower to extend through the morning hours.
Changes will arrive Friday afternoon and evening, as a cold front approaches South Florida bringing a few showers and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm. The risk for rain continues Saturday when the cold front moves through.
A couple showers may even linger into Sunday, though now it appears to be the nicer day of the weekend for trying to get outside.