ONE MORE WARM DAY THEN THE COLD FRONT
This afternoon will be the last day in the 80's for a little while because of the next cold front to come through our area. A cold front is forecast to cross through south Florida late tonight with some noticeably cooler and windier weather changes.
The rest of today will be partly to mostly cloudy with the best chance of rainfall during the afternoon and evening, in the form of scattered showers. These will be most likely for Palm Beach county south to Miami, with less coverage of rain shower activity north toward the Treasure Coast. Temperatures will warm into the 80's, then swing downward behind the front tonight and especially tomorrow. We won't get record-cold temperatures, but we'll drop into the 50's and 60's tomorrow and Saturday morning, then only rise to around 70 for highs tomorrow and Saturday afternoon. Temperatures will be 5-10 degrees colder than normal. Wind will get blustery from the north tomorrow 10-20 mph with higher gusts. The wind will stay gusty Saturday but shift northeast, then shift east Sunday while staying gusty again. Another warming trend is on tap Monday with a few showers, then next week will be warm and quiet before a cold front approaches next Thursday.
Beach/Boating Today: Partly to mostly cloudy, chance of isolated rain showers. Northwest wind becoming northeast 5-10 knots with waves 1-3 feet. A low to moderate risk of rip currents. High tide around 2:30 p.m.
Today's Record Temperatures