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One of the coldest mornings so far this winter greeted South Floridians on Sunday.  Temperatures dropped into the low to middle 40s.

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However, the wind-chill was well into the mid to upper 30s across all of South Florida, with a majority of the Florida Keys being the exception.

On average lows for this time of year should be around 60°.  Highs on Sunday will struggle to make it into the lower, perhaps middle 60s.  Average highs should top off around 70° for the date.

Temperatures will modify each day looking ahead through the middle of the upcoming work week. Highs on Wednesday are forecast to reach to upper 70s, with lows in the upper 60s.

The storm chance is back late Wednesday into Thursday, with another cool-down expected by Friday, lasting perhaps into the weekend.

Here’s a look at some of the preliminary low temperatures reported across South Florida on Sunday January 24, 2016

Miami MIA                                        47°

Opa-Locka                                        46°

Homestead                                       46°

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West Kendall                                    45°

Fort Lauderdale FLL                        44°

Pembroke Pines                                44°

Fort Lauderdale Executive             43°

Pompano Beach                                43°


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Have a super Sunday,

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Michael Smith – CBS4 Meteorologist