Record-Setting Heat Possible for Halloween, but a Cold Front is Coming

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Hottest Halloween ever in Orlando was 90 degrees in 1922

ABOVE VIDEO: FOX 35 meteorologist Kristin Giannas gives you the latest on the weather in Central Florida. (Fox 35 video)

(FOX 35) – Halloween makeup may not stay put tonight as Central Florida is expected to see record-setting heat on Thursday.

Some good news though: a cooldown is coming.

“Hottest Halloween ever in Orlando was 90° in 1922,” said Fox 35 meteorologist Jayme King.

“Today we will tie or break the record…at least it’s not snowing!”

After Wednesday saw a nearly record-breaking hot day, highs on Halloween will be around 90 degrees.

You can expect only slight cooling as we head towards sundown when the little ones head out for trick-or-treating.

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Halloween makeup may not stay put tonight as Central Florida is expected to see record-setting heat on Thursday. (Fox 35 image)
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