ORLANDO, Fla. - Another cold night across Central Florida. Winds will remain light, and there is a chance for frost across northern counties in the area.
It's a frosty start in Central Florida. This is Lake County, sent in by Noel. pic.twitter.com/nUMhn8UvRo— Brian Shields (@BShieldsWFTV) December 11, 2017
The very dry air in place helped the temperatures drop quickly after sunset Monday.
Tuesday morning temperatures will be in the low-40s and frost could form in the northern and western portions of the region. Temperatures will gradually rebound by Tuesday afternoon to the low-70s.
"Tomorrow, (the) 70s make a comeback, but just as they do, another front moves in," Channel 9 certified meteorologist Brian Shields said. "By Wednesday, high temperatures will struggle to get to 60 degrees."
Drivers should check the pressure of their vehicle's tires, because temperature drops can affect tire pressure.
Another front will sweep over Florida late Tuesday, reinforcing the cold and drier air over the region. highs Wednesday will only reach the high-60s.
Las lluvia de meteoros geminidas en su pico esta semana ¡60-120 meteoros por hora! pic.twitter.com/cD6ZMTKMHZ— Irene Sans (@IreneSans) December 12, 2017
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