Grab the sweaters and hot cocoa as South Florida will be feeling cold weather in the coming days that is likely to be the coldest we've seen in over a year.
Cold weather emergencies were declared in both Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. Shelters are open for those who are looking for a place to stay as temperatures are expected to dip Tuesday night.
Expect even cooler numbers by Wednesday morning with many of us in the low to mid-40s. We will likely experience the coolest numbers we've seen in over a year. Highs Wednesday will once again top out in the mid-60s.
A big warming trend starts Thursday with highs returning typical numbers Friday. we may even see highs in the 80s by the weekend. We will be dry right through the period. Maybe just a spotty shower Sunday.