Friday, January 8, 2010
A weak disturbance coming through Florida this weekend could bring them snow. Cold air from the Arctic cold front will be coming into Florida as the storm moves through Central Florida. Highs should be in the low 40's with nighttime lows in the 20's this weekend in central and northern Florida. These temperatures are plenty cold to bring snow to many areas that does not usually see snow. This snow is not expected to accumulate, but it will put many Florida citizens in the winter season. Snow is expected to fall from Tampa to the East Coast of Florida north. Flurries is what is most likely to occur, but don't be surprised to see a heavier snow shower. This winter is not close to over, so it is possible we could see even more wacky weather like this. So stay tuned to Delmar Weather for the latest details.