Cold front to drop temperatures in Central Florida

Orlando to see high of 80 degrees on Monday


ORLANDO, Fla. – Hurricane Matthew is now a post tropical cyclone with winds of 75 mph, but it does not have the organization required to be a hurricane.

"It is causing major flooding and damaging winds for North Carolina and Virginia," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said. "It is moving east-northeast at 14 mph, eventually dying out in the Atlantic, not making that previous loop it was showing last week."

Central Florida will reach a high of 86 degrees, with no chance of rain. Winds will be out of the north at 10-15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.

"We have a cold front making its way through Florida by Sunday night," Evans said. "It's bring drier air and cooler temps with it."

Temperatures dip to 64 overnight Sunday, under a mostly clear night.

Monday's high will only reach 80 degrees.

High temperatures stay in the mid-80s through the rest of the week, and rain chances will be 20 percent. ​​