Showers chances rise as front creeps over South Florida

A slow moving front impacts our weather with rains, winds and finally drier air.

Weather changes are in store for South Florida. A weak "cool" front will sink from Central Florida into our area Wednesday.
This front will increase our shower/downpour/storm chances. Locally heavy rainfall is possible during the next few days in some locations. As the front sinks below us some drier air will try to work in. This means somewhat lower rain chances for Thursday and Friday. Don't expect any cool air with this front. High temperatures will remain near the normal lower to mid 80s. Onshore winds will increase later in the week and on the weekend. ENE winds 20-25 with gusts to 30 mph are possible. This will cause elevated seas (6-9'), high risk for rip currents and beach erosion.

Michael Ehrenberg/CBS12 Meteorologist

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