See when we’ll dip down into the 50s

ORLANDO, Fla. — 10 p.m. Update:

Chief meteorologist Tom Terry said we are dipping back into the 50s overnight.


Most of Central Florida will be below average for this point in April, around 62 degrees.

Tuesday night will probably be in the 50s in as well, then the onshore breeze and warmer temperatures will keep it closer to average through the end of the month.

3 p.m. Update:

A passing front dropped temperatures between 10 to 15 degrees Monday, bringing with it overcast.

The front’s clouds have kept the morning sun away and dropped some cooling mist.

Sunnier conditions will return Monday afternoon at the clouds break. But temperatures will stay on the cool side.

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“Tonight, we’ll have a nice night in the 50s in many areas,” certified meteorologist George Waldenberger said. “We do it again tomorrow night but will warm back to normal by the middle of the week.”

Watch his updated forecast live on Channel 9 Eyewitness News at Noon.

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Earlier story:

After a hot weekend, Central Florida will have cooler and sunny days this week.

A front moved through our area overnight and will help cool things down over the next few days.

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Our area will see high temperatures in the mid-70s Monday afternoon.

We will have a mix of sun and clouds on Monday with a 20% chance of a shower.

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Our area will warm throughout the week, and highs will be in the mid-80s by Wednesday.

We will stay mainly dry throughout the week and into the weekend.

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Jason Kelly

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Jason Kelly joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2014. He serves as the station's Digital Executive Producer.