Unlike much of the Northeast, weather probably will not be an issue for South Florida voters.
The National Weather Service says dry weather with temperatures in the 70s will continue through Saturday’s 7 p.m. end to early voting.
And the rain chance is “as close to zero as its going to get,” meteorologist Robert Molleda said.
The region may see an afternoon shower or two on Election Day on Tuesday. An incoming cold front sweeping its way down the state has the chance of rain at 30 percent.