The season’s strongest cold front has brought cold temperatures to South Florida, which is the coldest weather since January of 2016.
The cold weather even prompted officials in Broward County to issue a cold weather emergency for Monday night. The emergency begins at 6:30 p.m. and ends Tuesday morning at 9 a.m.
Broward's special cold night shelters in Pompano Beach, Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale were open as well.
Sunday went down as the coolest morning and afternoon of 2017 with a morning low of 47 in Fort Lauderdale and 50 in Miami. Highs struggled to move, but managed to hit 62 in Fort Lauderdale and 64 in Miami.
Monday looks a little warmer but still well below average with morning temperatures in the 40s and low 50s and highs struggling to hit the upper 60s. Average highs are in the upper 70s and average lows are in the mid-60s.
This system prompted winter weather advisories and freeze warnings across the Southeast.