You might not be ready for this, but apparently, we are in for a tiny cold snap in South Florida. By cold snap, we mean temperatures below a million degrees. By tiny, we mean a day or two.
According to the National Weather Service, things will be cooling down by the weekend: “By Thursday night the global model consensus indicates a cold front moving across the southeast and the Atlantic sea board and is forecast to enter north Florida on Friday and approaching South Florida by Friday evening, and could pass through South Florida on Saturday.”
Temperatures are looking to be in the upper 70s across South Florida with night lows in the 60s.
This weekend would be a great time to finally pull out your leather pants.