BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Rejoice Boca. One of those few times a year where it’s kinda-sorta-maybe okay to pull out the mink coats, designer boots and Burberry scarves is upon us. Temperatures will drop dramatically overnight over towards the end of the week.
Here’s the update from the National Weather Service:
A COLD FRONT WILL MOVE INTO SOUTH FLORIDA ON THURSDAY AND STALL ACROSS THE AREA THROUGH FRIDAY. THERE WILL BE A SLIGHT CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMS BOTH DAYS WITH AN OCCASIONAL LIGHTNING STRIKE AND BRIEF HEAVY RAINFALL. A SECOND AND STRONGER FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH SOUTH FLORIDA ON SATURDAY WITH MUCH COLDER TEMPERATURES EXPECTED SUNDAY AND MONDAY MORNINGS. TEMPERATURES MAY FALL INTO THE 30S OVER THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION AND 40S ELSEWHERE. DETERIORATING MARINE CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AS STRONG HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER THE SOUTHEAST STATES. THIS MAY LEAD TO ADVISORY CONDITIONS ON ALL OF THE LOCAL WATERS. THERE WILL ALSO BE AN INCREASING RISK OF RIP CURRENTS EARLY NEXT WEEK AT THE ATLANTIC BEACHES AS AN ONSHORE WIND DEVELOPS.
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