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Will upcoming cool weather be the season's last gasp?

April is forecast to turn unseasonably warm in most of the country after mid-month. (Credit: NOAA/ CPC)

Relax and enjoy the cool breezes while you can. 314 more words

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Early spring heatwave builds as April begins

Unseasonably warm temperatures will be in place through Saturday, the National Weather Service says. (Credit: NWS-Miami)

Friday is the first day of April, and the new month is going to start out hot — no foolin’. 359 more words

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Rain chances spike on Tuesday as cold front stalls

The Weather Prediction Center shows a precipitation bulls eye over southeastern Florida through Thursday. (Credit: NOAA/ WPC)

Umbrella weather is (once again) on the way. 422 more words

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Cool temperatures fall short of records after 'Midnight High'

South Florida high temperatures on Monday occurred in the early morning hours before the cold front swept through the area. (Credit: NWS-Miami)

This week’s early spring cold snap will be gone with the wind as an onshore breeze kicks in and draws in warmer air off the Atlantic, according to the National Weather Service in Miami. 348 more words

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Sweater weather starts week, but heat returns

Expect a nip in the air Monday and Tuesday morning as the chilliest temperatures of the month settle into South Florida. But it looks like March will go out with a long string of toasty temps. 379 more words

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Lightning, wind gusts of 50 mph possible as storm system approaches

The southern tip of Florida remained under Marginal risk for severe weather by NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center .  (Credit: NOAA/ SPC)

RAINFALL TOTALS THROUGH 6 P.M.: 373 more words

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Cold Fronts Premieres "Energy Waster" Video

 “Their garage-meets-punk rock sound is on full display as is the band’s high energy live show.”  — PureVolume 

Craig Almquist, the leader and constant force behind the Philadelphia-based band Cold Fronts, has mastered the art of “whatever.” And not in the typical, snarky, post-millennial “who cares” sense—when Almquist uses the “W” word, it’s a badge of honor, a trophy for a guy who can roll with the punches like the best of them—anyplace, anytime, and for eternity. 1,119 more words

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