ORLANDO, Fla. - The colder air of the season, so far, is expected to hit Central Florida this weekend.
The high temperature reached 84 degrees at Orlando International Airport around 11 a.m., and as forecast, temperatures have been steadily dropping as the front moves toward South Florida.
Showers and isolated storms are possible into the evening hours. Make sure to take that light jacket with you an umbrella if you are planning an evening out.
The high Saturday will drop to around 75 degrees. The chance of rain will mainly be focused well south of Orlando and during the morning hours. The clouds will gradually dissipate through the day.
Lows Saturday night will dip down into the 50s.
A stronger front is also expected to move over Central Florida on Tuesday and bring a bigger drop in temperatures by Wednesday, highs will likely be in the 60s.
Our fall front is just north of us this morning. It'll move in late today. Cooler this weekend! Plus, a bigger front arrives next week. Busy! I'll see you on Channel 9! pic.twitter.com/N3Z85DNUD2— Brian Shields (@BrianWFTV) November 8, 2019
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