Get out the extra blankets. It's going to be nippy for the next few nights, with temperatures in the 40s.
Even the afternoons are forecast to be brisk, particularly on Sunday, when high temperatures are predicted to be in the low to mid 60s.
The weekend otherwise should see a mix of sun and clouds and a small chance of rain each day.
The cold snap is projected to continue into next week, as Monday and Tuesday should be cool during the day and chilly at night.
South Florida's Friday forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies with afternoon highs in the upper 60s and evening readings in the mid to upper 40s.There is a 10 percent chance of rain, and light showers already have developed over some areas.
Saturday and Sunday nights are expected to see readings in the mid 40s.
At least it won't be freezing cold. The last time temperatures dropped to 32 degrees or lower in March in South Florida: March 3, 1980, or 33 years ago.
According to Jim Lushine, a retired National Weather Service meteorologist, minimum temperatures dropped to 30 degrees in West Palm Beach and 32 in Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
"I remember it because we had to bundle up to go out to dinner for my wife Sue's 34th birthday," he said.
Central Florida's Friday forecast: Partly sunny and breezy with highs in the upper 60s and lows in the mid 40s. Temperatures could dip into the upper 30s by Sunday night.
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