Chilly temps give way to warmer weather, but more rain is in the forecast

ORLANDO, Fla. — After a chilly start to the morning, Central Florida will warm up nicely Thursday afternoon.


Our area received the coldest morning Thursday since mid-February.

Temperatures Thursday morning were in the low-50s and upper-40s for most of Central Florida.

The afternoon will see sunny skies and warmer conditions.

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The high temperature in Orlando should reach around 78 degrees Thursday afternoon.

Tomorrow will be even warmer with high temperatures in the 80s.

Another front will move through this weekend and bring us another round of changes.

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Rain moves back into the forecast as does another batch of cool air.

Our area will have a chance for seeing rain and showers Saturday through Tuesday.

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