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Karlene Chavis

Nice and Sunny

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Taking In the Rays

A mostly dry day will turn into a mostly dry night in South Florida. Expect a few stray clouds, minimal pop-up showers and coastal breeze on Thursday night. As high pressure keeps drier air flowing into the sunshine state tomorrow and into your Columbus Day weekend, there will be plenty of sunshine with less humidity as daytime highs peak in the mid 80s.

On Sunday, we have the perfect event for you! Take your family, friends, and kids to Esplande Park in Broward. At 11am, the Glam doll Strut will be taking place. Join Lynn Martinez, Steve Shapiro and Vivian Gonzales to help kiss breast cancer goodbye. Come say hello and have some fun! The weather will be picture perfect. For more details on the event, go to http://wn.wsvn.com/story/23646758/lipstick-lounge-event

Tropics Update

An area of low pressure over 4,000 miles away from Florida in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic Ocean is still being monitored by the National Hurricane Center. This system still has a medium chance of developing into a tropical cyclone over the next 3-5 days. If this system develops, models show it will be a threat for the shipping lanes as it churns in the open Atlantic waters.

Posted 10/10/13, 5:48pm
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South Florida Chill

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Series of Fronts Knocking Down Temps

Scattered showers are in the forecast for your mid-week forecast as a cold front moves through South Florida on Wednesday. Expect mostly cloudy skies and near normal daytime highs in the mid 70s. The norm is 74°.

Posted 01/15/14, 8:53am
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Brent Cameron

Major Changes

Posted by Brent Cameron

A drastic weather change is on the way.  As the week continues, south Florida will experience something rare:  a steady surge of brisk air spilling down from the north!   The "main batch" of winter-type air will follow a strong cold front crossing late Wednesday.  How cold will it get?   Nighttime lows will settle back into the 40s (for at least a couple nights) while daytime highs struggle to reach even 60-degrees.   Keep in mind, temperatures this season have been exceptionally warm.  Further, when we've had a little encounter with cooler conditions, they just haven't lasted very long! 

Posted 01/14/14, 4:49pm
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Vivian Gonzalez

Cold Stays

Posted by Vivian Gonzalez

The cold weather is coming and it will be here to stay for a few days! You head that right... At least we will be able to give those AC's a break through the weekend and possibly the upcoming week. A series of fronts are set to move in to keep us feeling the chill South Florida style!

Posted 01/14/14, 9:16am
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Brent Cameron

WINTER CHILL: COMING SOON

Posted by Brent Cameron

Just last week, south Florida had a dose of "rare air" with a brief chilly change.   For a short time, we received our coldest temperatures since last March!   Now, we're tracking another strong cold front that ALSO has a high chance of dropping temperatures about 20-degrees (or more)!   The coldest time frame will be from late Wednesday night through Friday afternoon.  In fact, wake-up readings on Friday morning will range from the lower 40s inland, to the middle and upper 40s between the metro areas and beach locations! 

Posted 01/13/14, 6:42pm
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