Arctic air moves out as Central Florida starts to warm up

ORLANDO, Fla. — The cold weather is starting to move out of Central Florida.


A freeze warning was still in effect Tuesday morning for the northern areas of Central Florida.

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Some of our northern areas are feeling freezing temperatures for the fourth day in a row.

However, the arctic air we’ve been feeling over the last few days is gone.

Temperatures will begin to moderate and start getting closer to normal in the next few days.

High temperatures in our area will mainly be in the low 60s Tuesday.

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No freezing temperatures are expected Wednesday morning.

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