ORLANDO, Florida — Central Florida is about to experience its second freezing day and coldest day in 33 years on Christmas morning.
Cold Christmas morning will be a few degrees cooler than Saturday morning, when temperatures dipped below 30 degrees.
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Thankfully, less wind is expected.
A severe cold warning is in effect for Marion, Sumter, Flagler, Volusia, and Northlake counties.
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Freeze warnings are mandatory in Orange, Seminole, Brevard, Osceola, Polk, and South Lake counties.
All in all, expect a gradual warm-up, so it won’t be too cold.
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This takes us back to the 80’s before New Year’s.
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