The cold air that has moved into Florida is forecast to bring temperatures down again Thursday night and into Friday morning.
The water is receding in Broward County but some are still feeling the effects of Friday’s floods.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Miami-Dade County a primary natural disaster area following severe weather that caused an estimated $51 million in crop damage in the county.
Miami-Dade officials have asked the U.S.D.A. to issue a disaster declaration to cover the loss of more than $50 million in local agriculture.
Florida farmers will have more time to continue harvesting and transporting affected crops to facilities before they deteriorate after the order relaxing trucking restrictions was extended.
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South Florida farmers will be up very late Monday night or very early Tuesday morning to protect their crops from potentially damaging cold.
It was another long night for South Florida farmers and crews as they kept a wary eye on the thermometer as temperatures once again dipped into the low 30s.
Farmers in Miami-Dade County’s agricultural industry are expecting another sleepless night as temperatures across South Florida plunge to near record lows and threaten tender crops.
Farmers and everyday folks are bracing for freezing temperatures that are due to turn the tropics frigid this week.The cold temperature is a potentially huge trouble for crops, and a danger for people.