ORLANDO, Fla. — Highs did get close to the average for this time of the year, that's in the mid-70s, but many residents across Central Florida only felt the cold as the highs were registered in wee hours of the day.
The winds were also strong, some gusts reached 35 mph. The winds have been gradually relaxing, and we can expect a cold night under clear skies. Low temperatures Monday night in many areas will fall into the mid-30s. Orlando will stay close to 40 degrees, but it could feel as if it were around 37 or 38 degrees.
Tuesday will be a cold day with blue skies. Highs will struggle to surpass 60 degrees across much of the area.
Several water parks around Central Florida have announced they'll be closed for Monday and Tuesday due to the cold air.
Warmer temperatures are expected to return by the weekend.
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