FT. LAUDERDALE (CBS4) – As temperatures dipped below 50 degrees Sunday night, some South Floridians went out for a night of fun in Las Olas dressed in more layers than usual. “If you go down […]
The cold front has brought in the wind and the chills to South Florida, but that didn’t stop locals and tourists from going out this holiday weekend.
After a couple of days of unusually warm weather across South Florida, now the temperatures are about to tumble and you may need to remember the Four P’s of cold weather safety.
It’s been a very mild winter so far, but the coldest air of the season is set to arrive this weekend.
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?
Florida’s tropical fish farmers are hoping Old Man Winter doesn’t wreak havoc on their industry again this year.
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.
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.
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.
South Floridians simply aren’t used to shivering through extremely cold weather. That’s why we need to remember the “Four P’s” of cold weather safety when the temperatures tumble.