If you don’t like the weather in South Florida, wait a day or two.
Tuesday saw a near-record high temperature of 86 degrees in Miami, which is just two degrees shy of the all-time record set in 1897.
But don’t put away those winter jackets just yet. A powerful cold front will cause temperatures to fall during the week, with lows plummeting to the low-to mid-40s Sunday night.
Leading up to the weekend, South Florida can expect scattered showers, clouds and a breeze. Highs will be in the 70s Thursday and Friday and won’t get past the 60s over the weekend and Monday.
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The weekend chill will bring sunny skies back to the area, although high temperatures will stay below 75 into the middle of next week.