Chilly weather headed to Florida: When an Arctic front will bring near-freezing temperatures

Tonight's low: 58 degrees | Tomorrow's high: 71 degrees | Rain: 70% after 3 p.m.

Main weather concerns: Expect plenty of rain and some rumbles of thunder tomorrow afternoon. A few showers are possible earlier in the day, but the best chances for rain will arrive after 3 p.m. and into the evening. We will have a few dry days with an Arctic blast expected through the weekend. Highs for the Christmas weekend will reach the lower 50s with lows in the mid-30s. For areas farther north like Lake and Marion Counties, temperatures will fall into the 20s.

BEACHES: The high rip current risk continues tomorrow on our entire east coast. The surf is around 3-5'. Winds will gust out of the Northwest between 20 and 25mph. Temperatures beach side reach the low-70s, with water temps near 70. It is not recommended to enter the surf tomorrow.

THEME PARKS: The best time for the theme parks tomorrow will be during the morning hours. During the late afternoon and evening, expect soaking rains and breezy conditions.

OUTLOOK: This week's active weather pattern is expected with one cold front after another. 

Plenty of rain is in the forecast tomorrow evening. Expect a few breaks in the rain Wednesday and Thursday with an Arctic blast for the weekend. Our northern counties will experience lows in the upper 20s by Christmas Eve morning. Sunshine is expected through the weekend. 

 Stay warm Central Florida and depend on the FOX 35 Storm Team as we track your holiday forecast.