The story last week was the threat of frost across parts of Florida. This week, it's near-record warmth. Temperatures warmed above normal Friday, and have kept climbing since. Several record highs are in jeopardy across portions of North Florida Tuesday…
The second strong cold front in less than a week is sweeping across Florida today.
For the first time in nearly five months, a cold front will make it all the way through the Keys and Miami by Tuesday.
The strongest cold front yet this season could produce a round or two of strong thunderstorms ahead of it across parts of Florida.
The first major cold front of the season will move through the Florida Panhandle Monday, then slide into northern and central sections of the state Tuesday.
Summer is over, but hurricane season is not. In fact, more hurricanes have hit Florida during the month of October than any other month.
Drier air is forecast to surge south and drop humidity levels across Florida starting Sunday.
Hundreds of thousands of South Floridians in the path of Major Hurricane Irma have less than 24 hours to make a decision. A decision to find higher ground, a sturdier structure, or hit the highway. Doing nothing is also a decision, but potentially a life-threatening one.
Major Hurricane Irma is still a Category 5 storm and forecast to hit South Florida Sunday.
Irma strengthened Monday into a powerful Category 4 storm, and the official forecast cone now includes parts of South Florida.