If Sunday’s record-breaking weather was a bit too cold for you, don’t sweat: It’s getting warmer soon.
By mid-week, winds are expected to die down and the temperature should climb back to the upper-70s to lower-80s.
“It’s a quick blast of cold weather,” said David Ross, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Miami-Dade.
The cool snap on Saturday night and Sunday morning can be blamed on a cold-front that swept through the region, ushering in brisk breezes from the northwest, Ross said.
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In Miami, the temperature dropped to 52 degrees overnight, which broke the daily record of 54, set in 1993.
The normal low temperature for Nov. 2 is 70 degrees, 18 degrees warmer, Ross said. Overnight Sunday and Monday morning will be warmer, with the low-60s.
Monday will stay breezy, with highs expected in the low-70s.
Ross said as the winds dissipate, South Florida’s weather should get back to normal in a couple days.