Central Florida gets blast of cold weather as front moves through

Highs expected to be in the 50s, lows in the 40s

Published On: Dec 21 2012 06:14:05 AM EST   Updated On: Dec 21 2012 11:20:09 AM EST
Local 6 Weather Team
ORLANDO, Fla. -

Central Floridians woke up to a chilly morning on Friday as a cold front moved through overnight.

A wind chill advisory was issued through 9 a.m. for Seminole, Orange, Volusia, Osceola and Brevard counties Friday morning, as freeze warnings were issued for Flagler and Marion counties effective through Saturday morning.

"Throughout the day today we'll see plenty of sunshine and we'll keep it nice and dry as we move through the day," said Local 6 meteorologist Julie Broughton.

Temperatures are expected to only rise to around 60 degrees on Friday, with a low in the mid-40s. No rain is forecasted for Friday, but winds will remain steady through the day.

Red flag advisories were also issued for fire weather warnings because of the windy, dry weather.

The cooler weather will continue through Saturday and Sunday, warming up to a high of 70 degrees on Monday and 73 on Tuesday, Christmas Day. Lows will be in the 50s.

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