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Cold Front Brings Morning Temps in Low 50s Across Area

Cold Front Brings Morning Temps in Low 50s Across Area


SWEATER WEATHER: High temperatures are expected to reach just 72 degrees, nearly 10 degrees below the average for this date.

It’s time to dig out those sweaters for a few more days, South Florida – as the latest cold front to hit the area is bringing temperatures well below average for this time of the year.

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Woman Escapes After Car Catches on Fire While on Highway: As flames spread through the undercarriage of an SUV, a woman frantically tried to flag down the driver of the blazing vehicle – https://t.co/sWWBm2q7My

#ICYMI: Malibu Little League teams—the Pirates and the Cardinals—faced off on May 23.

PHOTOS | The #Jaguars were back in the Dreamfinder Homes Practice Complex, next to TIAA Bank Field on Friday for the third day of organized team activities. We were there to capture the action. https://t.co/t1rk4y07JV

While we prepare for rain & its impacts, a threat we may forget is tornadoes. If a warning is issued, get to small interior room on lowest level of building. If you are in a car & cannot get to a building, cover your head/neck with your arms. Learn more at https://t.co/JQWYVeP5Ih

W/ the #USMNT watching the #WorldCup next month and @ussoccer_mnt being 1 of 2 #FIFA members out of 211 countries without promotion/relegation. Is it time for a change? @TheMiamiFC owner @_Riccardo_Silva and @CEOMiamiFC discuss it, and the future of soccer in Miami #MLS #NASL

PHOTOS: In South Florida, the 2018 Memorial Day weekend has not been memorable for fun and sun, but for heavy rain, strong winds, dark skies and wet sand thanks to Subtropical Storm Alberto – https://t.co/BRJyeHM5wV

[email protected] forecast indicates #Alberto will bring heavy rain & strong wind gusts to Tallahassee as early as this afternoon, through the night & into Monday. Crews are ready to respond to electric outages. Report and stay informed at https://t.co/5znhBHDnhR

At the Orlando Baptist Church Hero Day Celebration, several first responders were honored, including OPD Officers Danielle Torres and Emily Moore, who saved a child from drowning in a lake in July 2017.

At the Orlando Baptist Church Hero Day Celebration, several first responders were honored, including Florida Army National Guard Staff Sgt Douglas Hutchinson, @OrangeCoSheriff DFC Gabriel Ortiz and @OrlandoFireDept Engineer Jackie Pollock & her husband, OPD Officer John Pollock.

Why a Judge Says @realDonaldTrump Can't Block Opponents: A federal judge ruled last week that Trump violates the First Amendment when he blocks critics on Twitter – https://t.co/6j03WZqKdU

Latest track show #Alberto making landfall in the Florida Panhandle by Monday morning. However, impacts begin as early as this evening.

Rain: 4-8", up to 12" (thru Tues)
Winds: Tropical storm force (by tonight)
Storm Surge: 2-4' (at high tide)


Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Failing to evacuate flooded areas, entering flood waters, or remaining after a flood has passed is dangerous. Learn more at https://t.co/1d6VPM05Qi

OPD @ChiefJohnMina honors first responders and military veterans at the Orlando Baptist Church Hero Day Celebration.

In this week's Call Box column:
- What happened to the old St. Mary’s Motel near Folkston.
- And why wasn't interim superintendent Patricia Willis not able to apply for the job permanently? https://t.co/8rnIVjeZpQ

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