Expect another breezy, mostly cloudy day with a good chance of showers.
South Florida's Thursday forecast calls for afternoon highs in the mid 70s, overnight lows in the mid 60s and a 40 to 50 percent chance of rain.
We should see more sun and warmer temperatures on Friday and over the weekend.
Central Florida's Thursday forecast: Breezy and cloudy with highs in the low 60s, lows in the low 50s and a 60 percent chance of rain.
Groundhog Day: from weather expert Jim Lushine:
Two of South Florida's more unusual weather events took place on Feb. 2, Groundhog Day.
In 1998, the costliest tornado outbreak in the region's history occurred when several strong twisters caused more than $200 million in damage.
In 1952, the only known tropical storm ever to form in the Atlantic Ocean in February hit South Florida. The unnamed system, with maximum winds of about 50 mph, emerged in the northwest Caribbean, crossed South Florida and moved northeast into the Atlantic. Only minor damage was reported here.
Could another hurricane form in February? It's possible but highly unlikely. The wind shear is usually much too strong.