Colder temperatures than usual have disappointed college students visiting Miami for Spring Break.
If you look outside your window you’ll see evidence that a cool change is on the way.
As Hurricane Sandy continues to track to North and head towards the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast coast, here in South Florida we are enjoying a real taste of Fall courtesy of a strong cold front that moved across the state over the weekend.
South Florida woke up shivering Monday but temperatures are expected to climb by the afternoon.
Getting out the door Thursday morning you may have noticed there was still a chill in the air, but it wasn’t nearly as cold as Wednesday morning.
While it has been a very warm winter so far across South Florida, that all changed Monday night courtesy of a potent cold front that swept across the area.
After a picture perfect New Year with warm sun and highs near 80 get ready for a huge change. The coldest air since December 2010 will arrive Monday night and last through midweek.
For the best New Year’s weather in the nation, look no further than South Florida.
It was a chilly morning across South Florida with the low 50s inland and the mid to upper 50s near the coast. Temperatures would have fallen even more if not for the cloud coverage that rolled in overnight.
South Florida is finally beginning to feel a lot like Christmas – oh wait – it’s a little late for that isn’t it. Despite the warm muggy temperatures South Florida has been feeling the past few days, we’re finally chilling out.