High pressure remains in control providing another quiet day in South Florida Monday with temperatures warm and above average in the lower 80s.
Conditions will stay partly sunny through the day with increasing clouds and a threat of showers Monday night.
Tuesday will stay warm and partly cloudy with shower chances.
However, two back-to-back cold fronts will impact South Florida weather starting as early as Tuesday night. Showers return to the forecast and behind those two fronts, and cooler temperatures will filter in for the second half of the work week.
Highs Thursday and Friday will remain in the 60s while overnight lows will dip down into the 40s and low 50s near the coast. Further inland, temperatures could dip down into the 30s.
The cooler weather pattern will stay until the weekend.