Good news: Miami’s “bomb cyclone”-induced cold snap is over and temperatures are warming up to the mid-70s this week.
There’s bad news though: The National Weather Service is predicting a rainy week, including full-blown thunderstorms on Tuesday, according to the Miami Herald. Today, temperatures will reach the mid to upper 70s, but there’s a 40% chance of rain in Miami. A rip current advisory will remain in effect through Monday evening.
Rain is expected the rest of the week, but at least it will be warm. The high of the week is predicted on Friday, when temperatures could reach 79 degrees.
- The cold is leaving South Florida — but so are the blue skies [Miami Herald]
- How Miami is dealing with the coldest temperatures in years [Curbed Miami]
- Watch out for falling temps — and falling iguanas [Curbed Miami]