ORLANDO, Fla.  We’re feeling the impacts of a cold front Tuesday afternoon with at least a 10 degree drop in high temperatures.

Most of Central Florida only made it into the mid-70s as winds switched to the north and clouds stuck around.

The front has moved south, but will become stationary over south Florida and not allow us to dry out completely. No rain is expected, but some clouds will stick around Wednesday.

Mostly cloudy skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Winds will weaken slightly, but stay high enough to keep widespread fog from developing.

Temperatures will be slightly cooler, with lows in the mid to low 60s. Some northern spots will fall into the upper 50s.

Wind will begin to pick up as we head into Wednesday afternoon and switch more to the east. This will help to boost temperatures a little higher than Tuesday. Most will climb into the upper 70s to low 80s.

With some moisture sticking around, we’ll continue to see a few clouds from time to time, but still more sunshine is in store.

The rest of the week will be quiet, but the pattern will start to change this weekend. We’ll see several days of average temperatures, along with higher rain chances.

Beach & Surf Forecast

Winds will also remain breezy, causing some choppy ocean conditions. Exercise caution if heading out.

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