Another blast of cold air has made it through South Florida.
A chilly weekend about across South Florida is about to get a little colder come Monday morning.
South Florida woke up to a chilly morning with a mix of fog and drizzle Tuesday. The cooler mornings will continue for the rest of the week, but will you need your sweater all day?
Some delicate ornamental plants don’t tolerate the cold well, even if well above the freezing mark. Orchids, houseplants, and new plantings are particularly at risk in the chill.
A cool change is on the way to South Florida.
If you thought it was especially cold in December, it’s not just your imagine. The facts prove it, according to the National Weather Service, which announce Saturday that December 2010 set a record as the coldest December ever From Ft. Lauderdale to Key West.
If you hate the cold and have a lot of errands to day, Saturday is the day for you. The first day of the weekend will be the warmest, as more cold weather is on the way Sunday.
With a Wind Chill Advisory in effect for all of South Florida and a Freeze Watch in effect for Northern and Western Broward Tuesday morning, South Florida officials are preparing to help keep the homeless warm.
A family bundled in sweatshirts braved the chill wind on Miami’s Hobe Beach Thursday. It was not exactly what Esther Gavidia had promised her brother and sister when they decided to fly in from California. […]
Some delicate ornamental plants don’t tolerate the cold well, even if well above the freezing mark. Orchids, houseplants, and new plantings are particularly at risk in the chill. Here are some suggestions for showing a green […]