MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Another blast of cold air has made it through South Florida.

Temperatures early Friday morning were in the upper 30s and lower 40s which is well below our normal or average low of 60 degrees. Today is a day where dressing in layers is a good idea!

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Winds have remained relatively light, so the wind-chill or “feels like” temperatures have not been much colder than the actual air temperature.

There is plenty of sunshine on tap for the remainder of the day.

Friday afternoon highs should climb into the middle 60s, that’s about 10 degrees below our normal or average high of 76 degrees for this time of year.

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Looking ahead to the weekend and Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday on Monday, the weather roller coaster ride continues.

Another shot of cool air is forecast to swing through South Florida late Saturday afternoon.  This front will not pack as cold of a punch.

Highs on both Saturday and Sunday will be in the upper 60s.  The only difference for the weekend, at this point will be our morning low temperatures.

As that cold front clears late Saturday, Sunday morning lows should dip back into the middle 40s as compared to the middle 50s on Saturday morning.

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For the upcoming MLK holiday, a warmer day is in the forecast with highs back it the middle 70s.