Saturday Forecast

By Michael Smith , Betty Davis - Chief Meteorologist
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MIAMI - 9:00PM - Partly cloudy and mid with winds from the east-northeast.  Overnight lows will only fall into the upper 60s to near 70 along the coast.

Meteorologist Michael Smith

11:00AM  - Do not count on a bright Saturday across South Florida.  Clouds will tend to stick around through the afternoon but there will be a few rays of sunshine breaking through at times.  Temperatures are on track to warm into the upper 70s.  The rip current risk is high.  Winds will remain brisk, from the ENE sustained 15-20 mph.  For more details on the extended forecast log on to

Meteorologist Betty Davis

7:00AM - Clouds are mixing with sunshine across South Florida.  Partly sunny skies will prevail on Saturday.  The breeze is noticeable, as ENE winds are sustained 15-20 mph.  Temperatures will peak in the upper 70s and then settle in the upper 60s overnight.  Sunday features partly sunny skies with only a 10% chance for a shower on the ocean breeze.  For more details on the extended forecast log on to

Meteorologist Betty Davis

3:00AM - A gorgeous weekend on the way!  High pressure will be moving east and that will bring us a northeast breeze across south Florida giving us a slow warm up the next few days.  This morning we will wake up in the low 60s and climb into the upper 70s with mostly clear skies!  Sunday our high temps should reach 80 degrees.  Enjoy the weekend!!!

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