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Rain Chances, Temps Dropping Thursday Across South Florida With Latest Front

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If you are a fan of temperatures dropping to near record numbers and lower rain chances, the next few days across South Florida are just for you.

Look for a partly sunny Thursday in South Florida with an isolated shower or two and comfortable 60s to start the day and pleasant mid-70s to finish. This is the calm before our next front.

The front will arrive during the early evening and bring some big changes as overnight temperatures dip into the mid to upper 50s. The coolest temperature of the season so far in Miami is 56 degrees. It’ll be close.

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We will make another run at the mid-50s overnight Friday. Look for highs both Friday and Saturday to top out in the mid-70s with tons of sunshine and low humidity.

Yet another front arrives on Sunday, but not before cranking out a 40-50% chance of showers and a thunderstorm. Temperatures will take an even bigger dive behind this system as morning temperatures could touch the low 50s by Tuesday morning. This would officially make it the coolest morning since last February.

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1 man dead, 3 others hospitalized after bus crash shuts down SR-417, authorities say

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One man is dead, and several others hospitalized Tuesday morning after a bus and another vehicle crashed on State Road 417, shutting down all southbound traffic, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

At around 6 a.m., a crash was reported at State Road 417 near John Young Parkway, said FHP’s Lt. Kim Montes.

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Two children and a woman from the other vehicle were transported to the hospital, Montes said.

No passengers on the bus have been confirmed at this time.

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This is a developing story, check back here for updates.

Jpedersen@orlandosentinel.com

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UM students will attend virtual classes until Jan. 31

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CORAL GABLES, FLA. (WSVN) – University of Miami students are starting their first two weeks of spring semester classes online on Tuesday as COVID-19 cases continue to surge.

Once in person classes resume on Jan. 31, students must provide a negative COVID-19 test.

They will also be required to be vaccinated and boosted or test twice a week.

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M-DCPS resumes search for new superintendent

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MIAMI (WSVN) – Miami-Dade Public Schools has resumed its search for a new superintendent.

Tuesday morning, school board members will review the 16 candidates who applied for the job.

The person selected will replace outgoing Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.

Carvalho recently accepted a position to lead the Los Angeles School District.

Among the applicants is Jacob Oliva, who is the Florida Department Of Education’s Senior Chancellor.

A familiar face also applied — Dr. Jose Dotres.

He’s the Deputy Superintendent of Collier County Schools. Before that, he spent decades in Miami-Dade, once serving as Assistant Superintendent.

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