Latest forecast from Storm Team 5

Are you ready for temps in the 40s?

High temperatures will be right around average for this time of year in South Florida, reaching the low to mid 80s this afternoon.  Skies will remain mostly to partly sunny and winds will stay light out of the north/northeast.  More moisture is making it more humid but rain chances remain low with only isolated rainfall possible.

Tonight, isolated rainfall is possible.  Lows in the 60s under partly cloudy skies.  Light winds out of the west/northwest.

Friday (Halloween), a cold front will move through our area during the afternoon and early evening.  High temperatures will reach the low 80s but much cooler air will move in during the late afternoon and evening from north to south.  Isolated rainfall is possible, but should clear out in time for Trick-or-Treaters.  Winds will pick up out of the west/northwest.

Friday night, temperatures will drop quickly into the upper 40s and low 50s inland and along the Treasure Coast, and low to mid 50s along the Palm Beach County coast.  Skies will clear.

Saturday, sunny and cooler with highs in the mid 70s.  Gusty winds out of the northwest.  A second cold front will move through the area late Saturday.

Saturday night, temperatures will fall into the low 40s around the northern parts of Lake Okeechobee, mid 40s along the southern parts of Lake Okeechobee and the Treasure Coast, and upper 40s along the Palm Beach County coast.  Skies will be clear and winds will be breezy out of the north/northwest.  There will be a bit of a wind chill as well.

Sunday, sunny with highs in the low to mid 70s.  Gusty winds out of the north/northeast.

Monday, mostly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 70s.  Breezy winds out of the northeast.

Tuesday, warmer and breezy with highs in the upper 70s and low 80s.  Slight chance for isolated rain.

Wednesday, partly sunny with isolated showers and thunderstorms possible.  Highs in the low 80s.


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