Although concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.
Parents should be prepared for a new virus that is infecting the Midwest and looking to sweep the nation.
Twenty-six degrees Fahrenheit. That’s the projected temperature at kickoff of Super Bowl XLVIII Sunday. This year’s big game is expected to be the coldest ever. Ironically, the city the NFL no longer considers for Super Bowls, Miami, has a history of cold Super Bowls.
The cold air that has moved into Florida is forecast to bring temperatures down again Thursday night and into Friday morning.
It was a chilly and breezy morning across South Florida Wednesday thanks to a cold front sweeping through overnight, but the coldest temperatures are yet to come.
The weather Tuesday morning was comfortable across South Florida with temperatures in the low 60’s. But, another cool down is in store for the area.
Another blast of cold air has made it through South Florida.
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.
Farmers are preparing for a drastic drop in temperatures Monday night and Tuesday morning. Some locations will feel the coldest air of the winter season.
Flu season is in full swing across the state, and Florida Surgeon General and Secretary of Health Dr. John Armstrong urges everyone to get a flu shot.