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.
If you thought 2013 was warmer than average, it turns out you were right. 2013 tied for the fourth warmest year globally since records began in 1880, according to new data from NOAA.
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 cool Saturday afternoon is on the way for South Florida. Temperatures will reach the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. Plenty of sunshine will be around after a few clouds clear out through the morning hours.
Near record temperatures are possible across South Florida Saturday. While it will be warm Saturday, Sunday’s weather will be nicer.
A cold front will move through South Florida Monday evening and by Tuesday morning, temperatures will be considered bitter – by South Florida standards.
It’s hard to overstate how great a weather disparity there between South Florida and the rest of the country during winter. But Thursday morning it was again on display as one part of the country was frozen and S. Florida was ready to bake.
Winter officially kicked off this past weekend with the Winter Solstice on Saturday, but it won’t feel like winter at all today across South Florida with temperatures well above our average for this time of year.
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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