ORLANDO, Fla. - Thursday morning started off chilly throughout Central Florida -- but warm weather will make a comeback.
An active Freeze Warning was in effect around Orlando and all the way up north. Some areas to the north woke up to temperatures in the 20s!
FOX 35 viewer Aprill Gray-Huffman sent in a photo of the frost covering her backyard in Palm Coast!
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Polk, Osceola, and south Brevard counties were under a Frost Advisory through much of the morning.
"Lots of frost, lots of chill," said FOX 35 meteorologist Jayme King.
It won't be nearly as cold as it was on Wednesday, with highs in mid to upper 60s. Tonight will be cool in the 40s.
If you're missing the heat, it's coming back!
On Friday, it will warm up to the 70s which will stick around through the weekend. There is potential for some rain and strong storms on Saturday and Sunday, so you may want to keep an umbrella handy.
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