Monday marks the first day of summer, but South Florida will experience cooler temperatures and less thunderstorms for the next couple days.
Monday marks the first day of summer, but South Florida will experience cooler temperatures and less thunderstorms for the next couple days. Miami Herald File cjuste@miamiherald.com
Monday marks the first day of summer, but South Florida will experience cooler temperatures and less thunderstorms for the next couple days. Miami Herald File cjuste@miamiherald.com

It’s summer — but we’re about to get a break from summer weather

June 19, 2016 09:02 AM

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