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Being drenched in sunlight rather than rain might be nice for tanning and outdoor dining. But a lack of the wet stuff has its drawbacks, and South Florida has been generally parched lately.
That didn't last long.
Talk about the bottom falling out.
After a cold blast over the weekend, South Florida should thaw out a bit today.
They've always been on the lookout for dangerous people and weapons. Now 70 security officers at South Florida's three major airports are getting college credit for learning to be extra alert.
Because temperatures could drop close to 32 degrees far inland, the National Weather Service has issued a freeze watch for western Broward and Palm Beach counties, effective Saturday night through Sunday morning.
The earlier tornado warning issued for east central Palm Beach County, including Delray Beach and Boynton Beach, has been canceled.
Brace yourself for some shiver weather this weekend.
After recording very little rain in the past three months, South Florida should see showers and possibly a thunderstorm move in on Thursday and Friday.
Hurricane Sandy caused almost $50 billion in damage when it struck the East Coast in October, making it the second costliest storm behind Hurricane Katrina Â to hit the United States since 1900.
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