BUNDLE UP! Coldest Night of Season Expected Tonight as Space Coast as Temperatures Plunge into 30s

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Wednesday: sunny skies, high near 65

A cold front will bring the coldest night of the season to the Space Coast as temperatures will plunge into the middle to upper 30s. Patchy frost is predicted late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning, generally inland from U.S. Highway 1. It will be mostly clear overnight with a northwest wind around 5 mph so bundle up! (NWS image)

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – A cold front will bring the coldest night of the season to the Space Coast as temperatures will plunge into the middle to upper 30s.

Patchy frost is predicted late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning, generally inland from U.S. Highway 1.

It will be mostly clear overnight with a northwest wind around 5 mph so bundle up!

On Wednesday, skies will be sunny, with a high near 65, and wind chill values will be as low as 34 early.

On Wednesday night, skies will be partly cloudy, with a low around 53.

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