Florida was just starting to thaw out, but here comes another week of winter.
The warm up will be brief, as subfreezing temperatures are possible again in parts of Florida this weekend.
With the warmer weather comes several chances for rain this week in parts of Florida.
Accumulating sleet, freezing rain and snow possible Wednesday morning along the I-10 corridor from Tallahassee to Jacksonville.
2017 may have been the warmest year on record in Florida, but the paybacks will be frigid to start 2018.
It was a frigid week by Florida standards, but a big warm up is on the way this weekend. And it might just last until Christmas.
Summer and winter will collide tonight in Florida. Thunderstorms with a tornado potential and wet snow could occur simultaneously in the Sunshine State as a powerful early winter storm moves through.
For the second straight year, here's how the weather phenomenon La Niña is likely to affect the U.S. weather pattern this winter.
Relentless rain and gusty winds are expected from the Nature Coast to the First Coast from a non-tropical area of low pressure moving in from the Gulf of Mexico.
Motorists and those traveling by air over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday period to or from Florida may be affected by the adverse weather and are urged to stay informed of the latest forecast and plan for possible delays.