ORLANDO, Fla. - Central Floridians are waking up to cooler weather Wednesday morning as temperatures dropped overnight. We will have a brief pattern change Thursday before the cold front parade continues.
- Temperatures were much cooler on Wednesday, topping at 70 degrees at OIA and only reaching 66 in Daytona Beach. The sky will remain mostly cloudy skies overnight, a chance of isolated showers, mainly along the coast, low temperatures in the low to mid-60s.
- The wind will start to relax a bit and shifting from the southeast on Thursday.
- Small craft and high surf advisory will expire overnight.
- Temperatures will have a small rebound Thursday when the winds shift from the southeast. Highs in the upper 70s. Rain chances increase throughout the day.
- Another cold front moves over Central Florida Friday and it will bring cooler temperatures again just in time for the weekend.
It's our coolest start so far this season. Nothing crazy cold, but have a sweatshirt this morning. We stay cool throughout the day with most highs in the 60s. ANOTHER front arrives for the weekend -- I'll see ya on Channel 9! pic.twitter.com/4hdprQxKMd— Brian Shields (@BrianWFTV) November 13, 2019
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