Miami-Dade County

How long will this perfect weather last? Let’s just say too bad you’re back to work

Cari Mobley, 3, center holds hands with her cousin Ymani Elong, right as they and others wait to enter the pool on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, as the City of Miami begins its summer swim program at Gibson Park.
Cari Mobley, 3, center holds hands with her cousin Ymani Elong, right as they and others wait to enter the pool on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, as the City of Miami begins its summer swim program at Gibson Park. cjuste@miamiherald.com

The blue skies and clear nights over the weekend will continue into the workweek.

While it won’t be as cool as Saturday and Sunday, the low temperature early Monday morning will be in the mid-60s, according to the National Weather Service.

Sunny skies will bring a high in the low 80s on Monday, with a low of 72. Expect about the same on Tuesday. The high temperature on Wednesday and Thursday will nudge up slightly into the mid-80s.

The National Weather Service extended forecast for Miami-Dade County doesn’t use the word “cloudy” until Friday’s “partly cloudy.” And not until Saturday that rain gets a mention, a 20 percent chance.

Winds are expected at 5 to 10 mph through the week.

South Florida’s early risers woke up to temperatures in the low 60s Sunday morning. Palm Beach County and Southwest Florida registered in the 50s.

While the upcoming week won’t be as chilly, it still looks like a fine time for porches, patios, balconies and grills.

David J. Neal: 305-376-3559, @DavidJNeal

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