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Currently in Miami — November 28, 2023: Bright and cool days ahead

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Bright and cool days ahead

Wonderful weather awaits South Florida on Tuesday following the arrival of a cold front late on Monday. Residents will wake up to temperatures in the low 60s, which will rise only as high as the mid-70s for most of the metro area in the afternoon. Meanwhile, skies will be mostly sunny with rain not in the picture on Tuesday. In fact, similar conditions are expected through midweek as northerly winds will keep the air cool and dry following the cold front.

El tiempo, actualmente.

Esperamos tiempo maravilloso en el sur de Florida el martes luego de la llegada de un frente frío a última hora del lunes. Residentes se despertarán con temperaturas en el rango bajo de los 60 grados, que aumentarán solo hasta el rango medio de los 70 por la tarde en la mayor parte del área metropolitana. Mientras tanto, los cielos estarán mayormente soleados y no habrá lluvia el martes. De hecho, se esperan condiciones similares hasta mitad de semana, ya que los vientos del norte mantendrán el aire fresco y seco detrás del frente frío.

What you can do, currently.

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