ORLANDO, Fla. - Sunday is bringing some exciting changes to Central Florida, including a rare eclipse and a not-as-rare cool down.
A cold winter wind muscled its way around Central Florida Sunday.
"After clearing the skies, the wind will allow temperatures to drop rapidly after sunset," News 6 meterologist Danny Treanor said.
Here's what you can expect Sunday night for the super blood wolf moon lunar eclipse:
- Cloud-free skies and breezy winds.
- Overnight lows bottoming out in the 30s -- Temperatures will range from 34 degrees in Ocala to 39 degrees in Orlando to 37 degrees in Palm Bay.
- A wind chill factor that will make it feel even colder, possibly as low as 29 degrees.
- There will be no frost due to the winds, though Marion County is under a freeze warning.
"Make sure to bring in any sensitive plants from outside," Treanor said.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be sunny, but still chilly and breezy.
Treanor said highs are expected to rebound to the upper 50s. Temperatures in the mid-70s will return by the middle of the workweek, along with the rain ahead of the next cold front that arrives Thursday.
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