Clears sky lead to a chilly evening in Central Florida

Clears sky lead to a chilly evening in Central Florida

Another chilly night across Central Florida, but we are in a warming trend before the next front moves in on Saturday. 

ORLANDO, Fla. — After the coldest morning since March 7, temperatures will continue on a warming trend for the rest of the work week.

  • High temperatures reached the mid 70s across Central Florida on Wednesday afternoon. The skies will remain clear allowing the little heat we've accumulated through the day to quickly escape and the temperatures will quickly fall after sunset.
  • Low temperatures tonight will be between 52-58 degrees. Parts of Marion county will have another night with lows in the upper 40s.
  • On Thursday and Friday highs will be closer to average for this time of the year, around the upper 70s.
  • Sunny skies are forecast to stick around with no chance of rain until Saturday, when another cool front is forecast to blow through, dropping high temperatures on Sunday back into the low 70s
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Tropical Storm Sebastien continues to travel northward, moving away from the Caribbean over the open Atlantic waters. It does not represent a threat to the U.S. or any territory and it is expected to dissipate by Friday.

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