Thursday Night Forecast

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6:32PM- Hazy, Hot and Humid! Need I say more? The last few days of July will be the same for your forecast.

Temperatures on Friday will warm into the lower 90s but feel more like 100 to 105. The atmosphere is stable thanks to an area of high pressure sitting over the west Atlantic Ocean. Rain chances will only be at 10% Friday and Saturday.

The rain chance increases slightly on Sunday to 20% but don't expect a washout or barely even any rain on Sunday. As always stay hydrated during these summer months by drinking plenty of water and taking breaks in the air conditioning.

Meteorologist Scott Padgett

11:30AM - Hazy sunshine across South Florida.  Staying dry and hot through the afternoon into the evening.  Highs will top out in the lower 90s, and the "Feels Like Temperature" will be in the 100-105 degree range at times.  Stay cool!

Meteorologist Michael Smith

8:00AM - Hazy, hot sunshine today, with highs in the lower 90s.  Staying mainly dry, with a nice beach breeze developing this afternoon.  Dry and hot weather in the forecast as we head into another weekend.

Meteorologist Michael Smith

As the end of July draws near for Miami and all of South Florida, the weather forecast features typical summer-time heat.  Temperatures on Thursday will start near 80 degrees during the early morning and soar to the lower 90s during the afternoon.  The chance for rain remains low, at 10%.  Winds from the southeast sustained 5-10mph can be expected.  Haze will be noticeable across South Florida skies, as dust originating from Africa continues to swirl in the atmosphere.  Hot, hazy and humid conditions will be the norm for the next several days.  For more details on the extended forecast log on to

Meteorologist Betty Davis.

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