Broward County

Cold Weather Advisory in Broward After Latest Front Arrives

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Broward County has issued a one-day Cold Weather Emergency beginning Monday evening until Tuesday morning.

Temperatures are expected to dip in the upper 30s to low 40s with wind chill in Broward County. The advisory begins at 6:30 p.m. Monday and ends at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

People who are homeless should report to pickup locations no later than 6:30 p.m. for transportation or access to issued "cold-night" shelters:

City/Shelter

Pompano Beach
Northeast Transit Center - Corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. & Dixie Hwy.(Pickup Location Only)

Fort Lauderdale
Salvation Army - 1445 West Broward Boulevard
(Shelter and Pickup Location)

Hollywood
Broward Outreach Center - 2056 Scott Street
(Shelter Location)

The Miami Rescue Mission at 2020 NW First Avenue in Miami is also open for those seeking shelter during the cold snap.

Tuesday’s highs will struggle to get out of the upper 60s. The rest of the work week and even into the weekend looks bright, dry and comfortable with highs slowly getting back to the upper 70s by the weekend.

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Parts of South Florida woke up in the 40s on Tuesday as one county issued an advisory for residents to be on guard for the cold weather.

Broward County has issued a one-day Cold Weather Emergency beginning Monday evening until Tuesday morning.

“As long as you’re dressed for it, keep your hands and your feet warm, you’re all set, said George Penta, who took a ride on his bicycle along the Broadwalk in Hollywood Beach before dawn. “Dress for it, and the rest is beautiful.”

People who are homeless were told to report to pickup locations no later than 6:30 p.m. for transportation or access to issued "cold-night" shelters:

City/Shelter

Pompano Beach
Northeast Transit Center - Corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. & Dixie Hwy.(Pickup Location Only)

Fort Lauderdale
Salvation Army - 1445 West Broward Boulevard
(Shelter and Pickup Location)

Hollywood
Broward Outreach Center - 2056 Scott Street
(Shelter Location)

The Miami Rescue Mission at 2020 NW First Avenue in Miami is also open for those seeking shelter during the cold snap.

Tuesday’s highs will struggle to get out of the upper 60s. The rest of the work week and even into the weekend looks bright, dry and comfortable with highs slowly getting back to the upper 70s by the weekend.

Download the free NBC 6 app to check First Alert Doppler 6000 anytime.

Download the free NBC 6 app to check First Alert Doppler 6000 anytime.

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