Get your jackets: Chilly air is moving in

Overnight lows to reach high 40s in some areas


ORLANDO, Fla. – Colder air is moving in after a cloudy, rainy and stormy start to a day that resulted in some gusty winds and some downpours.

There were a couple of tornado warnings on the west side near the Gulf and one severe thunderstorm warning near Orlando, but mostly it was just rain -- much-needed rain that measured more than 1 inch in Orlando and just more than 1/10 of an inch in Melbourne.

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Sunday night skies will continue to clear, resulting in some chilly temperatures that will range from 54 in Orlando to 48 in Ocala and 55 in Palm Bay.  

​We will see mostly sunny skies for the next three days, with temperatures on Monday ranging from 65 in Melbourne to 62 in Orlando and 50 in Daytona Beach.

The water temperature will be 65 degrees.

Tuesday and Wednesday mornings will see temperatures in the 40s to start the day.

The next chance of rain arrives Saturday.

Get the jackets ready for Monday morning.​