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Super Bowl Sunday Cold Front Brings Chill For Valentine's Day

Miami (CBSMiami)-- A cold front will bring colder temperatures to South Florida Sunday night and Monday morning. Ahead of the front we will continue to see warm weather along with spotty showers.

Showers develop ahead of the cold front which will move through the area late Sunday. (CBSMiami)

Temperatures start both Saturday and Sunday just below 70 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds. Showers will be mainly over the interior Saturday and then increase Sunday afternoon as the front approaches.

Temperatures drop and the breeze picks up late Sunday. (CBSMiami)

Super Bowl Sunday afternoon temperatures are in the middle 70s pregame but will be falling by the end of the game as the front moves through. Skies will clear overnight Sunday as temperatures fall though the 60s and into the 50s.

Monday morning will see lows in the middle to lower 50s with a breeze making if feel like its in the upper 40s over the interior. There will be plenty of sunshine but highs are only expected to be in the lower 70s.

The cold breeze continues Monday which will make for another cold morning Tuesday. (CBSMiami)

Another chilly morning is expected on Tuesday before the breeze turns to the northeast which will warm temperatures up in the afternoon and keep it milder overnight.



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