Saturday, February 4, 2023

Storm in the United States: the minimum reached 6 degrees in Miami and sleet fell in central Florida

In Brevard County, neighbors were awed by white gardens. The heat will return again from Thursday to Friday.

forecast little clouds on the cover of miami herald Shows a small cloud with a drop. (yes, more rain). And temperatures for this post-Christmas Monday with a minimum of 6 degrees and a maximum of 11 and a surprise: On the morning of the 25th, a little further to the north, hail fell.

For some, in Florida, it’s a snowy Christmas Came up with “Miracle”. In the east central part of the state, many residents of Brevard County woke up to sleep on their lawns and balconies.

Videos shared by Central Floridians on social media showed white layers of snow and flakes of snow, also known as hail, falling from the sky on their gardens.

it’s his fault hurricane elliot It brings plagues to almost the entire country except Golden California, where over the weekend 24 degrees caressed the skin.

But the situation is different in Florida. “Frozen” iguanas fall from trees. more people ask the same question: When does summer come back?

Elliott has already killed 38 people and is the deadliest winter storm in decades. After this there was no electricity in thousands of houses. four days polar winds which plagues the center and east of the country.

New York State recorded the highest number of deaths, as at least twelve people were killed by the snow flurry.

storm surge is unprecedentedAccording to CBS, and affects areas of the Midwest and Eastern United States.

weather phenomenon known as A low-pressure pump, which can produce heavy rain or snowfall, coastal flooding, and hurricane-force winds.

Low Pressure Pump - Usa - Storm


The Miami Herald wondered in its online site’s lead headline this Monday whether the most partying city in the United States has already broken the chill record.

“We have some questions about the weather,” writes the newspaper. “Will it keep getting colder? Have we broken any records in South Florida already? Is summer coming back?

the answer is: Yes everything.

The cold won’t last forever in Miami. But for now carry on.

Meteorologists predicted this Monday that we’ll have to keep using blankets. And he advised: “If you have to go out, put on a t-shirt and socks,

In the suburbs further from the coast it’s even colder with the mercury touch four degrees, And the wind chill is even worse because of the blizzard and drizzle that will come and go throughout Monday.

“Was Coldest Christmas on record in terms of high temperaturesthe weather service said on Twitter. “The last time this cold coincided with high temperatures was 2010 in Miami, Naples and Fort Lauderdale, and 1989 in Palm Beach.”

It was also the coldest December 25 since 1983 for cities such as Miami, Tampa, Orlando and West Palm Beach.

when summer comes back

The thermometer soared again in South Florida on Tuesday, but slowly.

The maximum will be 21 degrees on Tuesday and will start increasing from there. for Wednesday, The sky will open and the sun will appear.

By Thursday and Friday, the eve of New Year’s festivities, the mercury would return to the desired 26 degrees with blue skies. but Nights will be cold.

rest of the country

More than 55 million people were under low temperature warnings on Monday, despite the fact that weather conditions improved in the rest of the country as well.

Extreme climate, snow and temperatures down to minus 48 degrees, caused the cancellation of thousands of flights And travel made many roads impassable during the busy holiday season.

The NWS said temperatures in the central and eastern United States “should return to seasonal norms by the middle of next week.”

Clarins Editorial

Associated Press

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