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The Cold Air Sticks Around One More Day

NWS Tallahassee has issues a Flood Warning for the  Ochloconee River near Concord, the target areas include Gadsden and Leon until Thursday afternoon, or until the warming is cancelled.

On Wednesday, day time highs in north an central parts of the state will struggle to reach the 60's, from Orlando to Miami temperatures will top off in the mid 60's. But none the less, after sundown temperatures will take a dive.

Overnight lows across north Florida will be in the 20's to 30's, with a possibility of a light freeze early Thursday morning. In north central Florida, temperatures will stay around the freeze point, therefore, light to patchy frost is forecast, but mainly north of Alachua County. In central regions, overnight lows will be in the 40's, and south Florida will bottom out in the 50's.

On Thursday, a gradual warming trend begins. Although most areas will stay in the 60's, for the exception of South Florida, overnight night lows will not be as cold.  On Thursday night, most areas from the panhandle to central Florida will be in the 50's, to mid 60's in Key West.

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