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ARCTIC PLUNGE: Expect Temps In The 30s on Saturday

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BY: WEATHER TEAM | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — It’s going to get cold. Really cold. Un-Florida-like Cold in South Palm Beach County on Saturday.

The National Weather Service says the chilly air will move in Friday night when the overnight lows will drop to 49, and then rebound on Saturday with a high of just 59. But then the real fun starts. The overnight low Saturday in South Palm Beach County is expected to be just 38 degrees. You read that correctly. The overnight low Saturday into Sunday will be just 38 degrees. The temps will bottom out in the 40s the further south you go — Miami’s low is expected to be 42. But in Palm Beach County, forecasters say get ready for the 30s.

Sunday will warm up, but only to 61 — still chilly by South Florida standards. Expect an overnight low Sunday into Monday of 46.

The extended forecast calls for a Monday high of 70, a Monday night low of 56, and a high Tuesday of 73.

The good news: there is no significant rain, or snow for that matter, in the forecast.

 

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