After a few more days of temperatures higher than the seasonal average, the weather should be cool and the sun will be shining next week, just in time for golf and tennis lovers all over Palm Beach County.
While the Delray Beach International Tennis Championships have already started, golf fans will be descending on Palm Beach Gardens next week when the Honda Classic golf tournament comes to town.
A slight cold front that is currently over Georgia and moving south will hit South Florida on Tuesday night. By Wednesday, Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast residents will feel a slight dip in temperatures.
The front will bring temperatures to what they should be in February: lows in the upper-50s and highs in the mid-70s.
National Weather Service meteorologist Kim Brabander described the front’s affects as: “Just back to normal”.
Unfortunately though, the front does bring chance of rain.
Meanwhile, for those attending the Delray Beach tennis tournament on Atlantic Avenue this weekend, the weather will be warm and dry, Brabander said.
Saturday will be mostly sunny with a high around 83 degrees, which is above normal for February. Wind gusts may blow as high as 20 mph. Sunday morning will start with some patchy fog but by the afternoon the high temperature is expected to be near 84 degrees. Winds will calm down by Sunday night with a northeast wind blowing between 5 and 9 mph.