ORLANDO, Fla. - After several days with above-average temperatures, a cold front will move through Central Florida and quickly change things.
High temperatures are expected to reach the 80s on Wednesday and Thursday across much of the region.
As Tropical Storm Sean moves toward Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean, winds will calm down on Thursday, Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.
By late afternoon Thursday, the cold front will already be in South Florida, and behind the front, temperatures will quickly drop.
Expect temperatures in the low 50s for Orange County and mid- and upper-40s for Marion County.
By Friday afternoon, the high will only reacy the upper 60s in Orange County. Marion County will see a high in the mid-60s.
The weekend will warm to 75 on Saturday and 78 on Sunday, with sunny skies.
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