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Friday, February 3, 2023

Strong cold front will leave Florida with low temperatures for Christmas

A strong cold front from the Arctic will approach Florida late next week, where This will leave low temperatures for the days leading up to ChristmasAccording to expert forecast.

According to the National Office of the Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a low pressure system, which will be a polar vortex phenomenon, will affect the central and eastern United States more specifically. In central Florida it will drop to within 30 °F (-1 °C).

forecasts suggest they may register coldest temperature of this seasonWith a minimum on Christmas Eve and during Christmas.

On Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th, the thermometer will reach around 29 °F (-1.6 °C) in Marion County, 32 °F (0 °C) and 31 ºF (-0.5) in Kissimmee, Orlando, Sanford and Leesburg. ) in Daytona Beach.

The temperature will be slightly lower on the east coast. In the city of Miami, a high of 49 ºF (9.4 °C) is expected.

On the other hand, there is not much chance of rain or snow and a dry weekend is expected.

Florida is currently under the influence of a stalled frontal system that caused heavy rain across much of the southern part of the state this Saturday.

This active weather pattern will continue over the weekend with a possible significant drop in temperatures as well as more or less rainfall.

Conditions will gradually improve through this Sunday and Monday before the next storm system moves in with more rain on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Thursday will warm to give way to a strong cold front over the Christmas weekend.

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