A new report from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is nearing 100 percent certainty that human activity is the cause of most global warming and that sea levels could put parts of South Florida under water by 2100.
If you thought Thursday was hot, don’t expect much relief Friday as the area will likely have another scorcher across South Florida with highs once again soaring to the low to mid 90s.
Folks got a bird’s eye view of the heat parade while sitting 20 feet above Biscayne Blvd the frame of a train crossing signal.
Monday morning brought the coldest temperatures of the season to South Florida with low temperatures dropping to the low to mid-40′s. The coldest low this winter before Monday was 47 degrees at Miami International Airport and 46 degrees at Fort Lauderdale.
It’s been a very mild winter so far, but the coldest air of the season is set to arrive this weekend.
The stifling heat of summer will be around for Friday, but after that, a cold front will give way to a pleasant weekend with temperatures not seen since May.
After getting some much needed rain across South Florida, the weather forecast for the coming days will feature near record high temperatures and strong afternoon thunderstorms.
Get ready for sweater weather South Florida. A strong cold front is pushing across the stare and will be sliding down across South Florida by late Wednesday.