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Posted: Mon Jan 24 18:35:37 2022

...Continued Cool; but Not as Cold as Previous Night...


Due to the very dry airmass presently in place, expect temperatures to plummet after sunset, but increasing cloudiness moving in from the west will help moderate temperatures overnight, inhibiting them from dropping too low. Overnight mins expected in the low 40s, except for some middle to upper 30s over the interior in normally colder rural locations, and middle 40s along the immediate Treasure Coast. While patchy frost is not in the present forecast, cannot rule out some light, isolated patchy frost in those normally colder, wind sheltered locations.

Still, some cold sensitive plants may need to be covered or brought indoors. Be extra cautious if using space heaters and keep them well away from combustible material such as pillows, blankets, and curtains.

Posted by Meteorologist - tes


Posted: Mon Jan 24 06:14:06 2022

Widespread frost inland from the coast will be around through 8 AM.

Under mostly sunny skies the cold morning temperatures will rise into the 60s this afternoon with northwest winds 4 to 7 mph. There is a Moderate Risk of rip currents at area beaches.

Posted by Meteorologist - jcp


Posted: Sun Jan 23 21:10:39 2022

...Coldest Night of the Season Tonight...


Under clear skies and light winds, tonight is expected to be the coldest of the season so far across east central Florida. With widespread low temperatures in the low to mid 30s, frost development is likely across most of the area with lower potential toward the Treasure Coast. A Frost Advisory is in effect for coastal Volusia, Brevard, Seminole, Orange, Osceola, and Okeechobee counties. A Freeze Warning is in effect for Lake and interior Volusia counties, where low temperatures are more likely to see freezing temperatures.

Cold sensitive plants may need to be covered or brought indoors. Be extra cautious if using space heaters and keep them well away from combustible material such as pillows, blankets, and curtains.

Posted by Meteorologist - jc