Strong cold front to bring Central Florida the coldest high temperatures since March
ORLANDO, Fla. - A big cold front sweeping over Florida and is expected to knock Central Florida temperatures down into the 40s and 50s on Wednesday morning. FOX 35 meteorologists say even daytime highs will be cooler than normal, which is usually in the upper 70s.
"On Tuesday, there will be a 17-degree difference! We'll only be topping off in the upper 60s -- some of the coldest temps so far this season. Keep in mind, the normal temperature for this time of year is 79-degrees," said Fox 35 meteorologist Kristin Giannas.
"The last time we had a daily high in the 60s in Central Florida was back on March 19th," said Fox 35 meteorologist Jayme King.
A sweater will be necessary before you leave the house when wake-up temperatures are forecast to only be in the 50s.
As for the rest of the country, snowflakes have been observed across Central Texas over to the North Georgia Mountains early Tuesday morning. Temperatures in the teens and 20s are commonplace all across the Northen U.S.
Be sure to download the Fox 35 Weather App to know the conditions before you leave home.