MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The wet weather pattern that has affected South Florida for the week will continue into the weekend.
A stronger northeasterly wind has developed and will continue to push showers through the area on Saturday.
These fast-moving showers may not lead to the flooding of the past few days but will continue to be in the forecast through the end of the week.
Stronger winds will keep beach and boat hazards at bay both Saturday and Sunday. Wind gusts close to 30 knots have a small manual warning effect coupled with a high risk of currents.
Saturday’s highs stay in the 70s. Temperatures are expected to be warmer on Sunday and Monday with a peak in the mid-80s but then a dramatic drop.
A strong cold spell will sweep across South Florida Monday night with a cool front. South Florida will wake up in their 50s on Tuesday morning with a peak temperature of nearly 70 degrees and sunny skies.
Pleasant weather and cool temperatures will continue through Thanksgiving Day.
https://miami.cbslocal.com/2021/11/20/miami-weather-rainy-weekend-with-gusty-winds/ Forecast for rainy and windy conditions – CBS Miami