North Florida is in for some chilly nights. University of Florida meteorologist Jeff Huffman has a forecast that will make you want to bundle up. Here it is:
In the wake of a cold front Friday evening, temperatures will begin a downward spiral over the weekend. A second, much colder, front will pass through North-Central Florida Saturday evening, dropping wind chills into the upper teens by Sunday morning.
Arctic high pressure will be keeping daytime temperatures on Sunday mostly in the 40s, while overnight lows both Sunday and Monday morning will be well below freezing and likely in the lower and middle 20s.
Expires 6 a.m. Saturday
TONIGHT: Periods of rain this evening, then
cloudy with a few lingering showers after midnight. Low near 51.
TOMORROW: Cloudy in the morning, then windy and
becoming mostly sunny by afternoon. Midday high near 62, with
temperatures falling into the 50s in the afternoon.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Blustery and cold, with a
mostly clear sky. Low near 28. Wind chills 15 to 25.
SUNDAY: Sunny, breezy and unseasonably cold. High
near 51. Wind chills all day in the 30s and 40s.