Bus drivers across Central Florida work to keep students warm on this chilly morning

It's another chilly morning in Central Florida as kids are heading out to their bus stop.

Bus drivers across the state got an early start on Thursday morning, as they need to warm up the bus for incoming students. It can take between 10 to 15 minutes to get the air warm. However, it can take even longer for the heat to actually travel throughout the bus. 

Some bus drivers go the extra mile to make sure their students are warm. For example, one Volusia County bus driver likes to give the students little blankets while they are on board to stay warm. 



Lows once again reached the 30s and 40s on Thursday morning, but things are warming up, as highs will reach the 60s. Temperatures should be back in the 80s by the weekend.