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.
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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.
The dog days of summer are here. Wednesday, highs almost reached the mid-90′s and Thursday it’s going to heat up once again to near record levels.
The stormy pattern that has brought drenching rain to South Florida will continue, Thursday.
After a wet, windy and wild week of weather across South Florida the area woke up to just a few showers this morning.
The coldest morning in quite a while across South Florida saw much of the area in the low to mid-40’s.
Showers and thunderstorms moved over the area Sunday night into Monday morning after the mercury soared to 90 degrees, tying a record Sunday. But with the passage of the showers and a cold front on Monday, the temperatures will be plummeting over the next few days.
People all over South Florida went to sleep and woke up to mostly light rainfall across the area. While the skies were gray to start the day, sunshine should start to break through Tuesday afternoon.
Temperatures didn’t quite drop as far as we expected Friday morning, bottoming out in the low-to-mid 50′s around most of the area, with a few spots dropping to the upper 40′s.