Reporting David Bernard
New Year's Eve South Florida Style
MIAMI (CBS4) – It has been a very warm holiday season for South Florida.
According to CBS4 Chief Meteorologist David Bernard, high temperatures have consistently been in the 80s over the past week. But Bernard says that is all about to change beginning Wednesday.
A strong cold front will move through South Florida tonight bringing much cooler and drier weather. Everyone can expect temperatures Wednesday morning to be around 60 degrees with many areas in the upper 50s. You might need those new Christmas sweaters during the day as highs will struggle into the lower 70s with a cool north wind.
The coldest temperatures are expected Thursday morning when parts of the area could drop into the upper 40s.
Right now David Bernard says the New Year’s weekend looks a little warmer with lots of sun and little if any rain.