MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The wet weather pattern that has affected South Florida during the week is sticking around through the weekend.
A stronger northeast breeze has developed and will continue to push showers through the area on Saturday.
These quick-moving showers may not lead to flooding like the past few days, but they will continue to be in the forecast through the weekend.
The stronger breeze will keep the beach and boat hazards in place both Saturday and Sunday. Gusts near 30 knots have a small craft advisory in effect along with a high risk of rip currents.
High temperatures on Saturday stay in the upper 70s. Warmer temperatures are expected Sunday and Monday with highs getting into the mid-80s but followed by a dramatic dip.
A strong cold front will sweep South Florida by Monday overnight with a burst of cool air. South Florida will wake up to the 50s on Tuesday morning with highs near 70 degrees and sunny skies.
The pleasant weather and cool temperatures will continue through Thanksgiving Day.