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Currently in Miami — November 21, 2023: Nice and bright

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Nice and bright

The weather, currently

The forecast remains quiet for South Florida on Tuesday as a dry atmosphere persists. Increasing easterly winds could bring one or two isolated showers to the immediate coast, but diurnal shower development over the landmass is not expected. Temperatures will stay mild in low 80s during the afternoon and around 70 degrees at night, which could once again provoke inland fog during the early morning. If you plan to enjoy the nice weather at the beach, be wary of rip currents. Warmer temperatures, rain and clouds could return by Thursday when a front will arrive.

El tiempo, actualmente.

El pronóstico se mantiene tranquilo para el sur de Florida el martes ya que la atmósfera permanece seca. Un aumento de los vientos del este podría traer uno o dos aguaceros aislados a la costa inmediata, pero no se espera el desarrollo de lluvias diurnas sobre la masa continental. Las temperaturas se mantendrán agradables en el rango bajo de los 80 grados durante la tarde y alrededor de los 70 por la noche, lo que podría provocar nuevamente neblina tierra adentro durante las primeras horas de la mañana. Si planea disfrutar del buen tiempo en la playa, tenga cuidado con las corrientes marinas. Temperaturas más cálidas, lluvia y nubes podrían regresar el jueves, cuando llegue un frente.

What you need to know, currently.

We’re out of time for 1.5°C. I’m not sure what else to say. 💔

What you can do, currently.

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