South Florida Forecast
UPDATE: Sunday, November 26 at 12:00 PM EDT
HEADLINE: FINALLY CHANGING TO FALL WEATHER
After just missing out on the past few cold fronts to come across the state, we will finally see a front come far enough south to experience some fall-like weather. We will see more cloud cover though for the next few days due to this sagging frontal boundary. On Wednesday morning, it could be cold for Southwest Florida in the morning as lows will drop well into the 50s across Fort Myers, Naples, and interior sections in the Everglades. We could even see 40s around Lake Okeechobee.
Central Florida Forecast
UPDATE: Sunday, November 26 at 12:20 PM EDT
HEADLINE: MUCH COLDER WEATHER COMING THIS WEEK!
On Monday, we will see a cold front passing through the area. By Tuesday and into midweek, much colder air will filter across the region. Morning lows for remainder of the week beyond Monday will range from the 40s to the 50s across the entire region. Afternoon highs will struggle into the 60s and 70s especially on Tuesday and Wednesday. Enjoy the much cooler weather coming!
North Florida Forecast
UPDATE: Sunday, November 26 at 12:40 PM EDT
HEADLINE: WINTER COMING WITH MUCH COLDER WEATHER AHEAD!
We are experiencing an active weather pattern bringing through strong cold fronts across the region. We will see this again this week. A strong cold front will move through on Monday. By Tuesday and Wednesday, many areas will be in the 30s and 40s in the morning. High temperatures will struggle to get beyond the 50s! Be prepared for possible frost on Wednesday morning!