A weak cold front is pushing through South Florida on Monday, bringing with it cooler temperatures than normal.
Ironically, before the front’s passage, Miami temps on Sunday afternoon broke a record at 91 degrees and tied a record in Key West at 89 degrees.
With the front pushing south, winds picked up out of the northeast and will gust to 25 mph Sunday night and Monday.
While this is not a huge front for South Florida like it was in northern parts of Florida, where the temperature dropped by twenty degrees, it is still going to take us to the lower-to-mid-80s on Monday.
The biggest difference will be the humidity, which dropped significantly overnight.
In northern Florida, the front is so strong it’s bringing winter-like dew points in the 30s, which is incredibly dry air.
There is a Small Craft Advisory for all boaters Monday and there is a high risk for rip currents at all Atlantic beaches Monday & Tuesday.