STRONG COOL FRONT PASSES THROUGH
Lingering showers and a few embedded thundershowers will slowly wind down overnight into Thursday morning. By the time we wake up, get out, and get going for Thursday it will feel comfortably drier as sunshine returns and cooler air pours into the state. Our May sunshine in South Florida is some of the strongest of the year. Because of that, it will still allow us to climb into the lower and middle 80's Thursday afternoon. However with dry air in place, temperatures will fall into the 50's and the 60's Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. The weather looks pristine through the Mother's Day Weekend and beyond too. Expect lots of sunshine through the weekend with very comfortable humidity levels. It will be warm each afternoon but nice and cool at night.
Next week we will warm back up as a breeze kicks in off the ocean and bumps up our humidity levels again. Overnights will be warmer and we'll have a chance of isolated showers by midweek.
BOATING OUTLOOK THURSDAY: A Small Craft Advisory is in effect for gusty wind and choppy waves. A west-northwest wind will range from 10 to 20 knots and create waves 2-4 feet closer to shore and 4-7 feet offshore.
Today's Record Temperatures