Cooler temperatures headed to Central Florida

By Troy Bridges, Weather
Published On: Nov 26 2013 06:44:19 AM EST
Updated On: Nov 26 2013 02:52:10 PM EST

A rainy day is on tap in the Orlando area, and some storms could bring severe weather to the region.

ORLANDO, Fla. -

A warm front and area of low pressure moves through Central Florida on Tuesday, bringing warmer air and rain, but cooler temperatures are headed to the region.

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High temperatures warm to near 80 degrees Tuesday in Orlando.

Rain chances last into early Wednesday, but high temperatures will be 10 degrees lower.

Temperatures will drop into the 30s and 40s Wednesday night and early Thursday morning in Central Florida.

The high on Thanksgiving will be 66 degrees.

There's a slight chance of rain for Black Friday, and the high will hit 73 degrees.

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