South Florida gets another dose of temperatures in 40s

Sunshine in forecast, but temperatures expected to top out in 60s

PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – For a second straight morning, South Florida residents woke up to the coldest temperatures since 2015.

Temperatures dipped into the 40s in Broward and Miami-Dade counties Friday morning and the 50s in the Florida Keys.

The morning low temperature was 41 degrees in Fort Lauderdale and 46 degrees in Miami. The warm spot was Key West, where the morning low was 55 degrees.

"Just when the sun was rising, that's when we hit our coldest temperatures," Local 10 News meteorologist Jennifer Correa said.


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The wind chill made it feel like 37 degrees in Pompano Beach and 38 degrees in Fort Lauderdale.

Local 10 News chief certified meteorologist Betty Davis said temperatures rose to the low 60s by Friday afternoon, but Saturday morning will bring temperatures back to the upper 40s. 

"We will start to see our rain chance nudging up a bit," she added. 

A frost advisory was in effect for portions of Broward and Miami-Dade counties from midnight until 9 a.m.

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