It's going to get cold in the next few days — and you can blame it on the upper Midwest.
The blizzards that invaded states like Michigan, Ohio and Minnesota are part of the same weather system bringing severe storms to the Deep South, meteorologists say.
On Sunday afternoon, South Florida can expect very warm winds of up to 60 mph along with lightning and heavy rains. There's also a chance for isolated tornadoes and waterspouts.
But it isn't until after the rain that temperatures are expected to dip into the 60s. Some areas will even go into the 50s.
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"After the storms, we will have a cooldown. Highs on Monday and Tuesday will be in the upper 70s," said Arlena Moses, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Miami. "The overnight lows on Sunday night and Monday night will be in the low to mid 60s. People in the westernmost suburbs near the Everglades may even experience the 50s."