After a weekend with severe weather, parts of Central Florida woke up to temperatures in the 30s.
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At 8 a.m. Monday, Ocala dipped to an unofficial low of 37 degrees, while Orlando International Airport saw a low temperature of 49.
A strong cold front tracked through the region this weekend, spawning severe weather and an EF1 tornado in Flagler County.
The front remains well to the south, with clearing skies behind it. Winds from the north will keep the highs across Central Florida in the upper 60s.
"We'll see one more unusually cold night tonight, with a low in Orlando near 45," Local 6 meteorologist Julie Broughton said. "Areas northwest of I-4 will wake up in the 30s on Tuesday."
Expect a warmup by the end of the week, with highs in the low 80s by Friday.
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