Can you feel it?
Of course you can. It’s cold outside — and the chill will stretch across the next few days, according to forecasters.
South Florida woke up to temperatures in the mid- to upper-40s Monday morning. The afternoon high isn’t expected to reach much past the mid-60s.
“We will continue with this cool spell through the week,” said CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez.
Lows on Tuesday and Wednesday will again dip into the40s with highs in the 60s before a warm-up arrives on Friday, when the highs will reach into the 70s.
Monday will be sunny, with a breeze kicking up at night, according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday and Wednesday are shaping up to be partly sunny, with glorious blue skies returning on Thursday.
If you think South Florida is cold, stay away from other parts of Florida, where early lows dipped to 34 in Gainesville and 32 in Tallahassee early Monday.
In eastern New England, Winter Storm Mars is pelting the area with wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour in some areas. Six to 12 inches of snow are possible from New York to Maine Tuesday. Despite the extreme weather, Miami International Airport is not expecting flights into the northeast to be delayed, according to an airport spokesman.