South Floridians will be able to enjoy the cooler temperatures through Halloween giving trick or treaters pleasant gallivanting weather.
Thanks to a cold front that pushed in from the north, overnight Monday temperatures were forecast to dip into the upper 40’s for the western interior and about 60 degrees along the eastern coast.
Monday’s highs hit 71 degrees in Fort Lauderdale and 70 degrees in West Palm Beach, according to the National Weather Service.
Tuesday is expected to be mostly sunny with an expected high of about 77 degrees.
“A mix of clouds and sun early, then becoming cloudy later in the day,” forecasters at Weather Underground said.
The evening hours on Halloween will bring some cloudiness with winds out of the east at about 6 to 9 mph and a Tuesday night low of about 68 degrees, forecasters said.
“Temperatures will slowly warm up through the week over South Florida,” the National Weather Service said. “By end of the week, highs will be in the lower to mid 80s.”
Mostly sunny skies are on the horizon for Wednesday with a high of 80 degrees.
Dry air will remain over South Florida through mid week. Chances of isolated showers will return to the forecast by the end of the week, the weather service said.