WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — What a great way to kick off the South Florida Fair... Radar is clear, high pressure is in control, and a very cool night is in store!
Winds go calm and under clear skies our lows will end up in the 40s by daybreak. Winds go southerly for Saturday and with lots of sunshine we're looking at a nice bounce back with highs into the middle 70s for most of us.
Saturday looks to be the better of the two weekend days however as a cold front is still on target to sweep through on Sunday with a line of showers and possible gusty t'storms.
The models have been speeding up the arrival of the showers and storms and it now appears most of these could move through Palm Beach as well as the Treasure Coast communities as early as Noon-2PM.
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) only has us in a "general" threat area for t'storms but it's definitely something to keep an eye on for early Sunday afternoon.
Skies are expected to clear behind the front heading into Sunday night and Monday and we might be looking at the coolest temperatures of the season thus far with highs only in the 60s and lows in the 40s again by Tuesday.
Next chance of rain after Sunday appears to be sometime later next week (around Thursday and/or Friday).
Tonight: Clear, very cool. Upper 40s (40-45 Treasure Coast)
Saturday: Sunny and beautiful, Mid 70s
Sunday: Scattered storms, possibly strong around midday. Still mild, mid 70s.
Monday (MLK Day): Partly cloudy, breezy, cooler. Highs near 70.