Miami.- Grandparents would say that the weather is “going crazy.” A mix of cold days, some warm and some warm in the south Florida They create uncertainty among people, when it is time to go out, they are not clear about the most suitable clothing to avoid the hassles related to weather change.
Fluctuations in temperature also occur in short intervals. The night may be fresh, the day may rise ‘frozen’ and it cannot be denied that the midday is steeped in a ‘hell boil’. The truth, at least for now, is that it is not yet time to remove the coat because another cold front south of the state.
Meteorologists predict some high temperatures in South Florida for this Tuesday that could touch 70°F, with a mostly cloudy sky early in the day and windy afternoon.
Forecasts indicate clouds will begin to clear tonight, followed by winds that will move away from the state’s south on Wednesday. It is predicted that temperatures should quickly rise into the 80s as another cold front approaches.
Experts believe that it is possible that the thermometer rose in such a way that it broke the record of 84°F that the records show to this day. Keep this in mind: It’s best to wear light clothing.
This season’s new cold front is set for Thursday in South Florida. It will be stronger than the previous ones and will bring a slightly higher chance of rain in the afternoon. At night the temperature will drop to 50°F.
It will be cooler Friday morning and late afternoon with high temperatures in the 70s and clouds and strong northerly winds.
Saturday will be similar to Friday in terms of temperatures, but more sunshine is expected throughout the weekend. Saturday’s high temperature is expected to be in the 70s. It will be hot again on Sunday.
The weather is so changeable that only a week ago iguanas were freezing out in the trees when Miamians woke up to temperatures below 45°F.
Therefore, it is advisable to keep the coat on hand. We can go from a hot day to a cold day in a matter of hours and it is better to be alert so as not to be surprised by the changeable climate of this season.