Sunday forecast: Chilly night ahead, some freeze warnings

ORLANDO, Fla. — Meteorologist George Waldenberger said for one more time this weekend, we have a chilly night ahead.


And although it will not be as cold as Saturday night, frost will be possible in many neighborhoods by Monday morning.

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Frost advisories are up for the metro Orlando area, and a freeze warning is up for Sumter, Marion and inland Flagler County.

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The one area without a cold advisory is coastal Brevard County because the beach communities may bottom out around 40 degrees.

It will not be as cold because of the influence of the warmer Atlantic waters.

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If you miss the warmth, don’t worry. 80-degree temperatures return by the middle of the week. After that, we may stay warmer than usual for the rest of the month.

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