It will not be how cold we get that will be impressive; instead, it will be how long the cold spell lasts. For the foreseeable future, around 2 weeks, temperatures will be at or below average, in North Florida. And thanks to a flow out of the west and southwest we are talking about damp/humid cold weather. Damp coldness is usually more unbearable than a dry cold. It does not look like this pattern will abide as we enter February either.
There are two silver linings behind the forecast. One: we will not have record breaking cold temperatures everday. And two: There will be the last 1 or 2 chances, of the season, for a flurry or two.
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