Visitors to the Sunshine State got a winter’s greeting when the “Welcome to Florida” sign was seen blanketed in snow.
The image of the snowy welcome sign was shared by news website northescambia.com.
The state, as well as much of the Deep South, was hit by uncharacteristic cold over the weekend, which dropped flurries and left people without power in some states.
Temperatures throughout Florida dipped to the 40s,with some parts getting to freezing Sunday night.
Thousands were without power in Georgia and the Carolinas. Hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled over the weekend. Power was restored and airports were back on schedule Sunday.
Temperatures throughout the south were on a warming trend Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.