It’s going to be cold this week — but not iguana-freezing cold. Temperatures are set to dip into the upper-40s on Wednesday as a cold front blows in to Miami-Dade, reports the Miami Herald. It’s going to be windy too, with gusts up to 30 miles per hour.
Luckily, the iguanas should be able to handle these temperatures, although they might slow down. Daytime temperatures could be back to the low 70s through the weekend too. The winter still might have some bite left in it, however, but it’s not all bad.
“Being that it is only mid-January, we will probably get a front through here or there but over all we are still looking for a warmer than normal winter because of la Nina,” the National Weather Service’s Chris Fisher told the Herald.
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