ORLANDO, Florida – We’re starting a cold Tuesday in central Florida, but Wednesday will be even colder.
There is a wind chill advisory for most of central Florida, and a frost warning is in effect Wednesday for the northern parts of the region.
Many areas were in the 1940s Tuesday morning, but it looks like the 1930s. The wind will continue to pick up throughout the day, leading to a very chilly afternoon.
Orlando will warm to 56 for the afternoon high. The average maximum in Orlando on this date is 72. The average minimum is 50. The record is 87, set in 1985.
The lows of the night will be in the 1930s.
Wednesday’s high will be in the upper 50s.
Highs will peak around 68 Thursday and the mid-70s Friday and Saturday.
Chances of rain do not return to the weekend, at 30%.
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