Updated On: Dec 21 2012 04:07:11 PM EST
7:30AM - A cold front enters South Florida Friday. Behind it, winds of change blow across Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties. Clouds and a stray shower during the morning will be the least of worries. Temperatures are expected to peak in the lower 70s. Thereafter, northwest winds ensue, fliltering cold air across the region. Temperatures overnight will dip into the mid 40s-- that is about 15 degrees below average. Saturday will get off to a chilly start and stay chilly, as afternoon highs will only be in the mid to upper 60s. A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect overnight Friday through 8am Saturday for inland Broward county. During that time, wind chill values could range from 25° to 35°. For more details on the extended forecast log on to www.justweather.com.
Meteorologist Betty Davis
3:00AM - A cold front will be passing through town this morning and behind it the winds will pick up and our temps will drop. Saturday morning we will wake up in the upper 40s and climb into the mid 70s!!!
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