Wednesday Forecast

By Betty Davis - Chief Meteorologist , Scott Padgett

MIAMI - 9:00PM - As showers dissipate across South Florida, the region prepares for a nice change. Drier air is finally on track to filter across the region. 

Thursday will be a less humid day with the rain chance at 10%. A brisk breeze is also featured in the forecast. Temperatures in the mid 70s during the morning will peak in the mid-80s by afternoon. Northeast winds will be sustained 10 to 15 mph with higher gusts. The forecast looks similar for Friday. For more details on the extended forecast log on to

Meteorologist Betty Davis

9:54AM- Still seeing enough low level moisture across SFL to warrant a few showers and storms to develop later today. There have been some pesky showers on the radar this AM moving through SFL. The majority of them have been confined to the lower Keys. Much drier air will continue to spread South today and tomorrow make plans to eat lunch outdoors.

Meteorologist Scott Padgett

6:00AM - A few clouds will linger through Wednesday morning across South Florida.  However, sunshine will be a prominent feature as well.  Temperatures in the mid to upper 70s are headed into the upper 80s during the afternoon.  The chance for rain is low, only 20%.  In fact, much drier air will be filtering across the region on Thursday.  The air will be less humid and the rain chance will be 10%  to round out the work week.  Another noticeable change will be increasing winds.  Be prepared for a northeast breeze sustained 10-20 mph.  For more details on the extended forecast log on to

Meteorologist Betty Davis

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