CENTRAL FLORIDA - Central Florida residents can expect to wake up to a chilly morning Friday.
A 10-day streak of temperatures in the 80s is about to come to an end, according to WFTV chief meteorologist Tom Terry.
Terry said lows early Friday morning will be in the mid-40's across much of central Florida, with lows in the upper 30s to the north and west.
Wind chills will be in the upper 30s by daybreak, Terry said.
"We’ll see an unseasonably cool day on Friday, then back to near average by the start of the weekend," said Terry.
Thursday saw a high of 81 degrees, but the temperature had plunged 20 degrees by the time the evening commute started, said Terry.
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