Chilly start to week expected in Central Florida

Sunshine to warm temperatures up Monday

ORLANDO, Fla. – Some chilly temperatures are in store for Central Floridians as the week begins.

"Get out the jackets and put them by the front door," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said. "It's going to be chilly in the morning."

After Saturday's rain and the cloudy morning skies, a cold front has pushed through, bringing lots of sunshine Sunday, as well as gusty winds that ushered in the big chill.    

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Temperatures will drop to the coldest so far this season.

"No frost or freeze is expected, but it might be a good idea to bring in the pets as temperatures will drop to 40 in Ocala, 44 in Palm Bay and 48 in Orlando," Treanor said.

 Any breeze at all Monday morning will make temperatures feel much colder.

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Wall-to-wall sunshine Monday will cause a rapid warmup, raising temperatures to 68 degrees in Orlando and 67 degrees in Daytona Beach and Melbourne.

"The remainder of the week, including Halloween, is looking sunny with a gradual warming each day," Treanor said.

A 20 percent chance of rain will return to Central Florida's forecast Friday.