Four consecutive nights in a row of below-freezing temperatures are expected starting tonight. A cold front moved through North Florida on Tuesday bringing in polar air, dropping temperatures into the 20s for Wednesday morning. Another cold front will arrive on Thursday that will reinforce the cold air bringing arctic air in and keep high temperatures in the 50s and lows in the upper 20s.
A FREEZE WARNING in effect from 2am until 10am Tuesday, with below freezing temperatures possible for four hours.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY in effect until 10am with wind chills dipping into the teens overnight.
The National Weather Service has also already issued a HARD FREEZE WATCH for Wednesday night into Thursday morning with the mention of sub-freezing temperatures for nine hours.
Overnight lows on Tuesday will be in the upper 20s across North Florida with a low of 28° in Gainesville by 7am. Take precautions by bringing in plants and pets and covering pipes. These actions should be taking through Saturday morning due to below freezing temperatures the rest of this week.
Forecast low temperatures and records
- Wed low: 28° record: 17°
- Thu low: 29° record: 23°
- Fri low: 26° record: 18°
- Sat low: 30° record: 16°