After a stormy morning, our cold front continues to pull south and the continues to pull away from us here in Central Florida. We hit our high temperatures already this morning and we'll be leveling out in the mid 60's this afternoon with lingering cloud cover and breezy WNW winds. Tonight expect gradually clearing skies with lows in the low 50's. Temperatures will be warming for the weekend with highs near 80 degrees by Sunday.
As a snowstorm unraveled from Texas to North Carolina and Virginia, snow and ice left a trail of disruption on Wednesday into Thursday.
Dense fog prevented several ships and a cruise line from docking in Tampa Bay, Florida, earlier this week, including those onboard the ship hosting the Buckeye Cruise for Cancer.
Heavy rain and a few thunderstorms will bring the risk of urban flooding to the Deep South during the middle of the week.
More than 175 million people from the Midwest to the East will have to endure more painful cold this week, but a pattern change will bring some relief next week.
As a snowstorm unraveled from Texas to North Carolina and Virginia, snow and ice left a trail of disruption on Wednesday into Thursday.Read Story >