Cold Blast hit Central Florida
Parts of Central Florida Feel Freezing Temperatures
As Central Floridians head out for for and school, they'll be cranking up the heat.
Temperature at in the low to mid 40s in most areas. In Marion County temperatures have dropped to 32 degrees as north winds bring in cold and dry air behind a cold front. There isn't much of a wind chill as winds aren't very strong.
After this cold start, temperatures will warm to near normal in many areas. Expect a high temperature of 70 in Orlando with sunny skies.
Rain chances stay out of the picture for the next few days. Temperatures warm into the mid 70s for the end of the week and the weekend.