Frost and freeze return to Central Florida
Clouds will be locked in for the first half of Saturday before sunshine gradually increases Saturday afternoon. A frost will be possible across most of Central Florida, especially for wind-protected areas. Frost potential Sunday morningCover up or bring in any sensitive plants as the frost/freeze can damage or kill them. With highs only in the upper 50s Saturday, it’s not the best beach day, but if your plans take you to the ocean watch out for rip currents. There will be a high risk for rip currents through at least Saturday afternoon.
Brrrr! Coldest air in nearly three years settles in Christmas night
ORLANDO, Fla. – Christmas is off to a cold start and will stay cold through Christmas Weekend. It hasn’t been this cold on Christmas Day in Central Florida since 1995. Highs Christmas DayWinds will gradually relax Christmas Night allowing temperatures to plummet into the 20s and 30s. It has been 1073 days or nearly three years since it has gotten this cold in Central Florida. Saturday morning wind chillThe exception will be along the coast where wind chills will be in the 30s.