Coolest temps of the year possible tonight, warm weather on its way

ORLANDO, Fla. — 5 p.m. Update:

Sunday night will see clear, dry and quiet weather with a chill in the air that will be the coldest yet this fall season, provided Orlando falls below 52 degrees.

Sunday night’s forecast is a low of 50 degrees for Orlando.

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There will be some upper 40s to the northwest, but this is not record-breaking territory, record low temperatures this time of year tend to be in the 30s.

The next three days look amazing, with 80 degrees returning by Wednesday.

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The end of the week is looking a little more humid with a chance for a shower here or there and another front heading our way on Friday.

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It is a cool start to Sunday morning, with temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s.


Sunday is going to be a gorgeous day.

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Temperatures will warm up throughout the afternoon with highs in the 60s and 70s.

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Sunday night will get even colder.

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Many of us will wake up Monday morning to temperatures in the 40s.

Chief meteorologist Tom Terry

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