One more frigid night before temperatures in Central Florida begin to rise

ORLANDO, Fla. — Another chilly night is ahead for much of Central Florida before temperatures will begin to rise again this week.


For the fourth night in a row, Marion County will be under a freeze warning with freezing temperatures possible overnight.

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The rest of Central Florida won’t be quite as cold with temperatures near freezing but mostly in the upper 40s to low 50s.

By Tuesday morning, conditions will begin to feel like they’re changing significantly with afternoon highs expected in the low to mid 60s.

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Each morning will continue to be progressively warmer with 80-degree temperatures forecast to return by Friday.

Typical Florida heat and humidity return by Saturday and Sunday, bringing a chance of afternoon showers on New Year’s day.

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