Sunday’s weather may have been a breath of fresh air, but the cooler climate won’t stick around for long.
By Tuesday, South Florida’s weather will likely be summer-like again — with temperatures rising into the low-90s, according to the National Weather Service.
“This is a minor respite from the warm weather we have been experiencing,” said Bob Ebaugh, a weather specialist with the National Weather Service.
The quick blast was the result of an “early season” cold front that swept through Florida, Ebaugh said.
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Rain on Saturday night preceded the front.
On Sunday, South Florida woke up to 70 degrees, with highs reaching the mid-80s. Forecasters expected the temperature to be in the low to mid-70s Monday morning and gradually get warmer.
The rain chance also is expected to increase by Tuesday, with a 40 percent chance.