Minor Cooling Coming
Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
South Florida a cold front is set to move in late Wednesday. There is a visible spin of low pressure producing snow around the Midwest with the tail end of the cold front attached to the low pressure system sprouting severe weather around the Gulf coast states. Now the tail end of the cold front is located over the Panhandle of Florida. The low will keep tracking Northeast with parts of Northern Ohio set to easily see over 20 inches of snow. New York could see about 16 inches of snow. As for the cold front, it should pass through South Florida weak in fashion.
Most of the computer models are showing that we could see some rain showers very isolated ahead of the cold front late Wednesday. Once the front crosses, an area of high pressure will quickly build in over the Southeast United States clearing skies and drawing in cooler air. In fact, we will be waking up to a minor cool down Thursday morning. Our average low temperature is 61 degrees and temperatures are expected to fall into the middle to upper 50s.
Nice and quiet weather will follow into the weekend with yet another cold front moving through Sunday. This will be probably keep temperatures on the seasonal side of things through the new year.
Have a great Wednesday South Florida and make it a safe one!
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