A group of puppies get their first taste of winter.
It may still be summer for another couple of weeks, but some of the U.S. appeared to skip straight to winter weather over Labor Day.
It may be the tail end of summer, but some parts out West on Monday skipped right to winter.
Winter is coming, apparently with a vengeance.
The periodical is predicting “cold and snowy conditions in the north, drought in the west, and everything crazy in between.”
Skies will become sunny as northerly winds pull in dry air behind a fast-moving cold front.
FOX 35 Orlando Chief Meteorologist Glenn Richards says that Thursday night will be the coolest night in over a month, as a cold front moves into the region.
Beautiful weather to end the week before a wet late weekend.
A "Fire Weather Watch" goes into effect on Thursday, as relative humidity values go down and winds increase.
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High pressure over the northern Gulf of Mexico will move east toward Florida, keeping a stable air mass over the state.
After a rainy morning, skies have cleared, making way for a cool night in Central Florida.
Severe weather threat rising again for Central Florida
Isolated strong/gusty winds are the main threat, with storms weakening and moving offshore by Thursday night.
High pressure is in control of the forecast, with northerly winds keeping afternoon high temperatures slightly below-normal for this time of year, right around 80 degrees.
Strong to severe storms are expected across Central Florida on Friday morning.
The potential for these storms has decreased after severe weather hit this morning. However, dark clouds and a high chance of rain remains.
A powerful storm system sweeping through the southeast will reach Florida on Thursday, increasing the chance for severe thunderstorms overnight.
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Severe storms are returning to Central Florida late Thursday into Friday morning.