12:49PM- Clouds are increasing today and there is a small chance of showers with rain chances just at 10%. Highs will warm today into the lower 80s which is well above average ahead of a weak cold front on the way. There is a small cool down on the way for Wednesday by only a few degrees. Toward the end of the week a stronger front will move through South Florida and temps will cool down to the upper 50s or lower 60s on Saturday Morning.
Meteorologist Scott Padgett
6:00AM - Monday gets off to a mainly dry start across South Florida. However, a stray shower cannot be ruled out. The rain chance is 10%. There could be some areas of patchy fog, but it will diminish as day breaks. A warm south wind will rule the day as most areas enjoy partly sunny skies. Temperatures will peak in the lower 80s and then settle in the upper 60s overnight. A weak cold front is approaching. A stronger cold front sweeps through by week's end. The weekend leading up to Christmas will be cooler. For more details on the extended forecast log on to www.justweather.com.
Meteorologist Betty Davis
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