The Florida Panhandle may experience record-breaking lows Monday night, as a strong high pressure area moves in from the plains, according to the National Weather Service in
The overnight low record for Tuesday is 41 degrees.
“It’s going to be near records along the immediate coast,” said meteorologist Joe Maniscalco.
Monday is expected to be breezy, with temperatures dropping further in the evening. As the week continues, temperatures will continue to rise.
“The normal temperatures we would see in April over the Panhandle would be 76 for a high and 57 for a low,” he said.
Must be global warming.