South Florida is in for a typical weather week: cool mornings and nights and mild days.
The weather will be “more typical of what we are used to for this time of year,” said National Weather Service Meteorologist Robert Molleda.
By Monday morning, the temperature is expected to be in the low- to mid-60s and climb by the afternoon to the upper-70s, with a 20 percent chance of rain. Tuesday should be the same.
“We are not expecting a washout, just a few showers,” Molleda said.
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On Wednesday, as a cold front pushes through, the lows will be in the upper-60s, the highs in the low-80s, with a rain chance of 30 percent.
Molleda said Thursday and Friday's forecast will be similar to the start of the week.
"This will be a milder week," he said.