Cold weather shelter to open in Flagler County as temperatures plummet
With temperatures expected to drop to the lowest in two years this weekend, a cold weather shelter will be open for anyone who needs a warm place to stay, and Flagler County officials are urging residents to use the option, even if it means leaving home for the holiday.
Temperatures don’t warm much after frigid start Saturday
ORLANDO, Fla. – Most of Central Florida is waking up to the coldest morning in nearly three years. Temperatures only warm back to the upper 40s and lower 50s again Saturday. The lighter winds may help it to feel a little “warmer” than Christmas even with temperatures about the same. A freeze, temperatures falling to 32 degrees or below, is likely northwest of Orlando. This front will not be as dramatic as Christmas Eve.
LIVE RADAR: 2 seasons in 12 hours, Central Florida to see dramatic temperature drop Christmas Eve night
A strong cold front will move through Central Florida during the evening hours of Christmas Eve. Severe threats Christmas Eve nightThrough the first few hours of Christmas morning scattered rain will continue before drier air quickly moves in allowing sunshine to return for the morning north of Orlando and for everyone by the afternoon. Highs will go from the upper 70s and lower 80s Christmas Eve afternoon to the upper 30s and lower 40s Christmas morning. Temperatures drop 30-40 degrees from late Christmas Eve into Christmas morning. Another cold morning will be on tap for Sunday.
Arctic blast: Coldest Christmas in 25 years coming to Central Florida
ORLANDO, Fla. – Central Florida will experience two seasons in twelve hours as a strong cold front ushers in Arctic air. Highs Christmas Eve will be extremely warm, climbing into the upper 70s and low 80s. Temperatures plummet Christmas Eve nightHigh temperatures for Christmas will likely officially occur at midnight. Coldest Christmas' in the last 25 years. The coldest night in almost three years arrives Christmas night.