Winter Weather in South Florida

 Another cold front?  Winter Weather in South Florida

A cold front came south of Florida overnight Sunday, leading to a slightly cooler start to the work week, with temperatures dropping from 84 degrees to the high 60s on Monday.

This event, the same one that produced tornadoes in some areas of the southern United States, Avoid rainy weather this Monday morning with cooler and less humid air moving into southern Florida, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).

The highest chance of rain occurs ahead of the front, mainly between 9:00 p.m. Sunday and 1:00 a.m. Monday. Afterwards, the area is cleaned, giving enough time to lower the temperature to a range above 60 degrees. In Miami, the morning dawned at about 65 degrees.

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Although the hours of Monday morning seem a little dark, the arrival of dry air and north wind It is possible that it will give more sun to the residents during the afternoon hours.

Temperatures will top 74 degrees, with a noticeable drop in humidity, according to weather reports.

The cold front will increase the risk of rip currents and storm surges this week, according to the NWS.

What to expect with the new cold front

The best day of the week is expected to be Tuesday, with partly sunny and dry conditions. Morning lows are projected to drop into the low and mid 60s, while afternoon highs will rebound into the mid and upper 70s.

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By midweek, the chance of rain will increase sharply, with scattered showers and a few storms forecast for the remainder of the work week.

So, Wednesday could be a humid day, with an 80% chance of showers, gusty winds, and a high of 78 degrees.

The new front is linked to strong storms that have hit cities in central Tennessee. However, when the event reached southern Florida, it became weaker but was able to reduce the temperature in the area.