Cold front coming: Temperatures drop to the 40s in Central Florida

Temperatures may even drop to the 30s in Marion County

ORLANDO, Fla. – The high in Orlando on Tuesday was almost back to normal.

Tuesday night, a weak cold front is set to march through Central Florida. This front won’t bring any dangerous weather, but it will keep us on the chilly side with a low in Orlando of 46.

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The low in Marion County should drop into the upper 30s.

Wednesday will bring a high of 68 degrees. This is just a couple of degrees lower than we were today.

For Thursday, we will finally have one day above normal. Look for a high of 72 on Thursday. That warmth will be short-lived. The next fold front will roll in late

Thursday into Friday morning. This front will bring a 20% chance of a shower. The showers will be gone by midday Friday and the cooler air will stick around

for the weekend. By Saturday the high in Orlando will only be 61.


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