Rain, big-time cooldown head to Central Florida
Morning lows to dip into 30s by Friday morning
ORLANDO, Fla. – Storms have left Central Florida.
A few areas of light rain are still hitting the area.
The rain will persist into Wednesday evening.
The overnight low in Orlando will drop to 50 degrees.
Marion County will drop to a low of 42 degrees.
For Thursday, the clouds will thin out and the daytime high will struggle to about 62 degrees.
Thursday night into Friday morning will bring the coldest point of the forecast period when we hit a low of 39 degrees in Orlando.
Friday, the high will make it back to only 61 degrees.
Keep in mind the normal daytime high this time of year is 76 degrees.
We will spend the next four days with dry, crisp, cool air in place.
It will be Sunday before we rebound to a high of 70 degrees.
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