How Much Will Temperatures Drop With The Last Cold Front Towards Central Florida?

ORLANDO, Fla. – Central Florida had a beautiful Friday in Orlando. The high made it to just 68 degrees, three degrees below the norm for this time of year.

Friday night’s low in Central Florida will be 45 degrees.

During the day on Saturday everything is fine. Look for sun all day long and a maximum temperature of 73 degrees.

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Showers are coming in from the Gulf of Mexico late Saturday night.

Sunday morning between 5 a.m. and noon, the front moves through Central Florida. Keep an eye out for some showers, thunderstorms, and gusts of wind up to 35 or 40 miles per hour as the action ribbon rolls through.

Once the front and the rain are over, the cooling really starts. Temperatures drop on Sunday afternoon. The high will be early in the day and the cold will send us down to a low of 49 before sunrise on Monday morning.

Mondy will be sunny, but windy and chilly with a maximum temperature of 62 degrees.

Then temperatures drop from Monday night through Tuesday morning in Central Florida to the season’s coldest temperatures yet in Orlando. The low point is projected at 42 degrees. Keep in mind this is in Orlando. Counties north of Orlando will be much cooler. The low in Ocala will be 34 degrees.

Central Florida will not return to normal until at least Wednesday.

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