Saturday Forecast

By Trent Aric - Meteorologist , Betty Davis - Chief Meteorologist
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MIAMI - 10:00AM - Stubborn clouds will hang over South Florida this Saturday.  Some areas could still be in line for showers, especially eastern sections of Broward County.  The chance for rain remains at 30% through mid-morning, then falls to 20% during the afternoon.  The rise in temperatures will be slow, as clouds drape the skies, but some areas will get some sunshine later, sending temperatures into the mid to upper 70s.  Sunday features some clouds and a 20% chance for showers.  For more details on the extended forecast log on to

Meteorologist Betty Davis

7:00AM - Off and on showers make for a dreary start to Saturday across South Florida.   The rain chance starts at 50%, then falls to 20%.  The day may appear to be a wash for east Broward and Miami-Dade, but rain should become less of an issue by afternoon.  Clouds will hang tough but in the areas where there are just enough breaks of sunshine, temperatures will peak in the upper 70s.  For more details on the extended forecast log on to

Meteorologist Betty Davis

3:00AM - The cold front that pushed through Thursday evening will begin to lift back to the north toward south Florida over the weekend.  The result will be a 30% chance of light showers across the area and a warm flow out of the east that will push temperatures back near 80 degrees both Saturday and Sunday afternoon.  So for today expect limited sunshine with clouds moving through and temperatures starting out in the low 60s and maxing out near 80 later this afternoon

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