Comfortable temperatures and dry weather is not something Floridians experience very often in June. Thanks to this week's unusual front, that's just what's in the forecast heading into the weekend.
Evidence of the air mass change was already noticeable in north Florida.
Check out these below average temps across #NFla right now. Couple those w/ much drier air & it's making for a great start to this #Friday. pic.twitter.com/xlehseQyyW
— UF Weather (@UFWeather) June 9, 2017
Rain chances are non-existent today across all areas of the state north of the I-4 corridor. In South Florida, any afternoon shower activity should be confined to mainly inland areas or near the Miami metro. Rain chances remain low Saturday, but do creep a bit further north.
The higher humidity Floridians know so well this time of year will be quick to return. By Sunday, rain chances return to typical levels across much of the peninsula and most inland locations will see a sea breeze shower or thunderstorm.