Floridians Preparing For Arctic Blast
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It’s a cold weekend, with temperature dropping down to near freezing, 32 degrees by Sunday, Sunday, January 30, 2022, in Central Florida. So, be sure to protect your pets and plants and be prepared for the Arctic blast.
There is a freeze watch in effect in Miami-Dade and Broward counties from late Saturday night to Sunday morning, in the video published on Jan 29, 2022, “South Florida feeling coldest temperatures of the year“, below:
Computer models continue to predict even colder weather this weekend across South Florida with temperatures in the 20s and 30s Sunday morning, in the video published on Jan 27, 2022, “South Florida prepares for Arctic blast“, below
Staff at the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens is busy working on equipment to protect animals from the cold temperatures, in the video published on Jan 28, 2022, “Central Florida Zoo prepares for blast of Cold weather“, below:
The FOX 35 Storm Team has declared Saturday and Sunday Impact Weather Days due to freezing temperatures, in the video published on Jan 29, 2022, “Central Florida temperatures to plunge“, below:
In the video published on Jan 29, 2022, “Bitter wind chills arrive in Central Florida. Coldest air in years settles in Sunday morning“, below:
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