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Currently in Miami — November 29, 2023: Continued cool and bright

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The weather, Currently.

Continued cool and bright

It will be another cool and refreshing day in South Florida on Wednesday after the cold front early this week. Again, morning temperatures will be around 60 degrees before reaching just the mid to upper 70s during the afternoon. By the latter half of the week, winds will shift from northerly to southeasterly, which will warm temperatures a few degrees on Thursday and back into the mid-80s by Friday. But rain chances will be minimal through the rest of the workweek, with no more than the isolated shower near the coast. The risk of coastal flooding is over for now as the seasonal King Tide cycle ended with the exit of the full moon phase on Tuesday.

El tiempo, actualmente.

El miércoles será otro día refrescante en el sur de Florida después del frente frío a principios de esta semana. Otra vez, las temperaturas matutinas estarán alrededor de los 60 grados antes de alcanzar los rangos medio a alto de los 70 grados durante la tarde. Para la segunda mitad de la semana, los vientos cambiarán del norte al sureste, lo que elevará las temperaturas unos pocos grados el jueves y hasta los 80 grados nuevamente el viernes. Pero las posibilidades de lluvia serán mínimas durante el resto de la semana laboral, con no más que uno o dos aguaceros aislados cerca de la costa. El riesgo de inundaciones costeras ha terminado por ahora ya que este ciclo estacional de grandes mareas finalizó con la salida de la fase de luna llena el martes.

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