Starting off much warmer than we did at midnight along the immediate coast where an east wind has ushered in some marine air. Currently 68F in Pompano while FXE is reporting 59F at 6am. Map shows the isotherm diving the 50s and 60s.
As moisture increases ahead of a disturbance that bring some rain into the area mostly later tonight and into tomorrow we cannot rule out a shower or two this afternoon. Today will be the less rainy day so enjoy the outside if you have a chance. This is the GFS output for rain for the next 24 hours.
Looking ahead to next week another cold front will sweep through on Monday dropping our temps back to where we were a few days ago and then warming up the later part of next week. Tuesday we will struggle to get to 70F.
Looking at the past week we have been below normal most everyday in both our highs and lows, a nice contrast from February.
Weather hazards today are rip currents at the beaches and possible lightning with isolated thunderstorms in the later part of today into the evening.
Enjoy your day!