A breeze chill advisory and a solidify watch have been released for many of South Florida as a cold front takes aim for a area.
A breeze chill advisory was released for internal and metro Broward, internal and distant south Miami-Dade, mainland Monroe, coastal and metro Palm Beach and coastal Collier counties for midnight Monday to 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Forecasters pronounced temperatures are approaching to drop into a mid-30s to revoke 40s. Winds around 10 mph overnight are approaching to revoke breeze chills to a top 20s to mid-30s.
Weather officials warned that low breeze chills can means hypothermia, and anyone who contingency be outward should wear a shawl and gloves.
On Tuesday night, most of South Florida will be underneath a solidify watch as a cold temperatures continue. The watch was released for internal Broward, internal and distant south Miami-Dade, mainland Monroe, internal Palm Beach and coastal and internal Collier counties from Tuesday dusk by Wednesday morning.
The National Weather Service pronounced lows could tumble into a top 20s to revoke 30s in internal South Florida and coastal Collier County, melancholy crops and other plants.