It was a cold and wet start across South Florida Wednesday morning and the day will remain cool and cloudy.
It’s about to feel a lot like winter in South Florida.
The cold air over that descended over South Florida the last two nights has kept farmers in the area busy and residents looking for ways to stay warm.
Another blast of cold air has made it through South Florida.
A cold front which is forecast to sweep the state Monday into Tuesday is not expected to damage any citrus crops.
Get ready to bundle up South Florida, another cold shot of air will arrive this weekend.
As temperatures dipped into the mid to upper 30s in inland Miami-Dade and Broward Counties overnight, farmers in south Dade worked through the night to protect their winter crops.
South Florida’s often quick by severe cold snaps have taken their toll on the state’s manatee population once again.
After a gloomy and wet Wednesday, the sun is back and so is the sweater weather.