Cold front lowers South Florida temps to 50s; Will the chill stick around for Santa?


PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – If there is ever a time in South Florida to wear that ugly red and green Christmas sweater, it is on Friday.

A cold front lowered temperatures down to the 50s overnight.

Local 10 meteorologist Brandon Orr is forecasting Friday’s high to be 71 degrees in Miami and 69 in Fort Lauderdale, with similar temperatures through South Florida.

Let’s stay grateful. Tornados left damage in the Tampa Bay area, and the Northeast is dealing with the first large snowstorm of the season, which has caused car crashes in New York, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.

For the latest on today’s forecast, click here.



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