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.
Thursday night, the coldest air of the season arrives. With clear skies in place, lows will fall to the low to mid 40s near the coast and 30s inland.
A chill in the air across South Florida as we woke up with temperatures in the 50s in Broward and Miami-Dade counties and low to mid 60s through the Keys.
It was a wet and messy Wednesday morning across South Florida with some heavy downpours in spots. Although most of the rain has pushed offshore, we could still see some scattered showers later in the day due to plenty of lingering moisture associated with a cold front draped across the straits.
Enjoy the warmth while it lasts because after Tuesday, a series of cold fronts will move through the area to bring South Florida a longer stretch of “winter” weather all the way through the weekend.
What a difference a day makes! On Monday, we woke up to lows in the upper 60s and highs climbed into the mid 80s. Tuesday morning temperatures were about 20 degrees cooler in comparison.
A cold front will move through South Florida Monday evening and by Tuesday morning, temperatures will be considered bitter – by South Florida standards.
Huge changes are in store for South Florida Monday night. An arctic front is on the way and we’ll finally enjoy a taste of winter.
The University of Miami Hurricanes will look to close out their 2013 regular season on a high-note Friday when they head to chilly Pittsburgh to take on the Panthers.
The Thanksgiving holiday weekend has gotten off to a messy and wet start Wednesday across much of South Florida. The rain is in front of a strong cold front that will usher in a steep drop in the temperature Wednesday night.