A cold blast of winter air brought record-setting temperatures to Central Florida early Monday.
Orlando saw temperatures drop to 30 degrees, breaking the old record low of 31 set in 1943.
"Cold, dry air continues to build in for the next few days, too," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.
Highs Monday will warm into the 60s for most of Central Florida, and dry conditions will continue to keep the threat of brush fires high.
By Tuesday, temperatures will warm to 76 degrees.
Rain chances will be at 20 percent on Wednesday, with a high of 72 in Orlando.
Weekend temperatures will warm into the upper 70s.
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