South Florida has been suffering some seriously sultry temperatures with some people griping the wintertime heat and humidity isn’t what they signed up for.
Today’s high in West Palm Beach is expected to reach a balmy 80 degrees, Tuesday hit a sunny high of 82.
But would you rather be sweating or shivering?
Here are some forecast temperatures throughout the U.S. for the shortest day of the year.
On the sweaty side today:
Miami = 82 degrees
Naples, Fla. = 80 degrees
Tucson = 76 degrees
Los Angeles = 75 degrees
Meteorologists in Key West had fun ribbing colleagues in colder climates this week about South Florida’s record highs.
On the shivering side today:
Yellowstone, Wyo. = 20 degrees
Fargo, N.D. = 33 degrees
Mount Washington, N.H. = 13 degrees
Meanwhile, forecasters in cold Caribou, Maine could only laugh at the “warmer” temperatures they had Tuesday compared to Monday.
And at the Mount Washington Observatory – hurricane-force winds and -33.8 degrees.