ORLANDO, Fla. — The chilly weather pattern that Central Florida has been experiencing is already beginning to shift, Channel 9 certified meteorologist George Waldenberger said.
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While it remains calm, clear, dry and chilly Monday night, it’s not as cold as the past three nights, Waldenberger said – a sign that the weather pattern is already starting to change, and warmer air is ahead.
Tuesday morning’s forecast 42-degree low will be the “warmest” morning in Orlando in four days, Waldenberger said, and it only gets warmer after that.
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Tuesday afternoon will be in the mid-70s, then hitting 80 by Wednesday, and then warmer than normal weather is expected from that point through the following week.
No cold weather advisories are in place tonight.
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