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Another Punch of Cool Air for the State

On Tuesday afternoon, temperatures across the state will be nearly identical to yesterday's. Afternoon highs will reign in the 60's across north to central Florida and the upper 60's in south Florida. Skies will be clear and conditions will remain dry across the peninsula, however, winds will be a factor once again. A Lake Wind Advisory is effect from Volusia County to Southern Lake County. Most areas will see gusty winds begin to diminish by tonight, although breezy conditions will remain off the coasts. Marine Hazards are in effect off all area beaches, boaters and beach goers should exercise caution.

Tonight, temperature will fall quickly after sundown, most areas north of Marion County will once again see overnight lows in the 30's. In central to south Florida, lows will rest in the upper 40s to lower 50's.

Early Wednesday morning, another cool front will sweep through the state and reinforce the cold air across most areas. High temperatures on Wednesday will struggle to reach the 60's in north and central portions of the state. In central to south Florida, afternoon highs will stand in the mid to upper 60's.

 

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