If you had put away all your sweaters and jackets, you might want to unpack them for at least a few nights this week.
Enjoy the near 80 degree temperatures Monday because they may be gone until Sunday. Monday night, bone-chilling weather by South Florida standards, will descend on the area and last through midweek.
NOAA announced Thursday that the state of Florida should get ready for a much drier than average winter this year.
Near record levels temperatures are expected Tuesday across South Florida. Small hail, gusty winds and isolated downpours are possible.
It was a record hot Thursday across South Florida. Miami and Fort Lauderdale tied their record high temperatures for the day.
What a difference a day makes. In just 24 little hours, South Floridians awoke Friday morning with a slight shiver.
A very slow moving cold front took it’s time leaving South Florida early Saturday resulting in clouds, rain and chilly temperatures. It will be a chilly night, but Sunday’s forecast shows temperatures in the high 70s.
There is a chance for strong to severe storms into early Wednesday morning.
Old Man Winter is making a return trip to South Florida. The blizzard in New England is sending cold air all the way down into our area.
It looks like the frigid air that has dominated South Florida for the past few days is finally starting to break. But, the arctic blast left a trail of record lows in the area and record snowfall in the Northeast.