Frost advisories issued for parts of Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — The current cold snap will last through at least Thursday morning before we begin to warm up in Central Florida.


According to WFTV Meteorologist George Waldenberger, overnight lows will be in the mid-40s with some areas in the northern part of the region dipping into the mid to upper-30s.

A frost advisory will be in place overnight in Marion County with some patchy frost possible between Dunnellon and Citra.

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Conditions Wednesday morning are expected to be the coolest overall for the region since January.

After a cool morning with temperatures in the 40s, Orlando is expected to rebound into the mid-80s by the end of the week.

The warm trend will continue through the weekend, bringing the next chances for showers and storms with it on Saturday and Sunday.

Hurricane season officially ends Friday. There’s a single system in the eastern Atlantic that doesn’t show a strong potential for development.

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