Look for a nice mix of sun and clouds on Saturday, along with highs in the low 80s.
Sunday will feature sun, clouds on the breeze, a few showers in spots, and highs in the low 80s. Then a front sweeps Sunday night, not just dropping our temperatures but bringing storms, some of which could be strong, with gusty winds, heavy rain, and dangerous lightning.
Monday will see early showers and storms, followed by gradual clearing and highs only reaching the mid 70s.
From the NWS this morning:
No, we’re not forecasting snow in South Florida! However, 40 years ago this week, snow did fall across normally mild and sunny South Florida. On the morning of January 19th, 1977, rain changed over to snow over most of the area on the heels of an Arctic cold front. This was the first reported snow on record this far south in the Florida peninsula. Although the snow did not accumulate, it was certainly a noteworthy event.
A detailed summary of the event is here:http://www.weather.gov/
(Picture of Miami News front page courtesy of Charles Trainor/ Miami Herald)