Weather alert: South Florida to feel ‘freezing’


Miami Herald Staff Report

Get ready to say, “Brr.”

South Florida temperatures dipped into the 40s Friday night, but the wind chill left Miami-Dade and Broward feeling more like the 30s.

Although a freeze watch is in effect through Saturday morning, the cold front will be mostly dry. There is a low chance of rain through the weekend.

Winds will be brisk — 15-25 mph —so stay away from swimming or boating.

Temperatures will warm up on Sunday, with highs in the mid-70s and lows in the high-50s.

In the meantime, grab a scarf and warm hat, and don’t forget keep pets in the house overnight.

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