It?s been nearly three years since South Florida has awakened to the kind of piercing cold that awaits us this week, with temperatures falling to the 40s and even into the upper 30s.
Forecasters say that spell will be broken by Friday morning.
?We are expecting some really cold temperatures and wind chills,? Andrew Hagen, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Miami said Wednesday night.
How cold? By Thursday morning, temperatures will drop to the low to mid 40s. The high will barely reach 60. By Friday morning, temperatures in inland areas could drop into the 30s, with coastal areas seeing low 40s.
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The wind chill ? yes, we?re talking wind chill in South Florida ? will make it feel even colder.