As the Mountain West enjoys a rare weekend of Fourth of July skiing we will have scattered showers and it will be mostly cloudy. Tonight low will go down to 78. That is the same as last night with a light ocean breeze that will be coming from the south. Chance of rain will be low at 30 percent.
"An east wind will bring the smoke back over us to add to the glory of the exploding fireworks."
Saturday will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 1pm. We have entered the rainy season so this is normal to have happen every day. The secret is that it never lasts. Go back to the hotel room, and do what lovers do, and enjoy a nap before heading out to dinner. Overall the day will be partly sunny, with a high near 88. A slight sea breeze will be possible but will be very light, so take water with you to the beach. (The beach vendors are getting almost $3 a bottle) Chance of rain overall is a 50/50 shot. Just remember it is almost always gone within an hour. Saturday night?, a low of 79 and minimal chance of rain. Is a stray thunderstorm possible? ALWAYS!
Sunday will bring more of the same with showers and thunderstorms possible. It will be mostly sunny, with a high approaching 89. Sea breeze will be stronger gusting to 15 but the chance of precipitation is only 20%. Sunday night as you come back to the hotel, after the clubs close, it will be 79 with little chance of rain.
Independence Day:Isolated showers and thunderstorms. It will be mostly sunny, with a high near 88. Sea breeze will be like Saturday with a sparse 20% chance of rain. The all important nighttime will hopefully go as follows. It will be partly cloudy, with a low around 81 with maybe a stray isolated and lonely thunderstorm. An east wind will bring the smoke back over us to add to the glory of the exploding fireworks. Chance of precipitation is only 20%.I looked up the fireworks info and here it is from the excellent source miamiandbeaches.com,"