December 10, 2009

Southern U.S. Weather Forecast

Showers will linger today across parts of Florida otherwise a majority of the south will be dry and colder today.

A cold air mass from the north will continue to build southward helping to keep temperatures well below levels typically seen.

Look for highs to range from the upper 30s across the northern parts of the Southern Plains eastward into the Tennessee Valley to the 40s and 50s over the remainder of the region.

The only area to escape the chill-down today will be the Florida Peninsula where highs will top out in the 70s and 80s.

Fact is some locals in south Florida may see highs near record levels this afternoon making it perhaps the only place in the lower 48 to go to escape the winter blast which is gripping the rest of the country.

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