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Vivian Gonzalez

After Christmas

Posted by Vivian Gonzalez

It's the day after Christmas and the weather is gloomy and wet. Therefore, for those of you going shopping to do returns, take advantage of the sales or heading back to work, plan according because rain will be around. Umbrellas necessary! The very same weak cold front that crossed through a few days ago is lifting North and that is why we are seeing periods of rain. Isolated thunderstorms and flooding will be an issue between Broward and Miami-Dade. Since last night between 2-4 inches of rain have impacted South Florida including the Florida Keys and we won't see improvements until Friday.

Overall the weather for Friday and Saturday is looking nice, but much warmer. By Sunday, our eyes turn to the Northern Gulf of Mexico where an area of low pressure and trailing cold front will develop. Most of the computer models are suggesting we could see some showers through Tuesday and clearing by Wednesday. However, the temperature forecast is showing that a significant change is possible and we could be waking up into the 50s New Years Day.

Keep it tuned to 7Weather for the latest. Hopefully everyone had a wonderful Christmas!

Vivian Gonzalez

Meteorologist

WSVN Channel 7

Posted 12/26/13, 9:47am
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