The coldest air of the season is headed to Osceola County and throughout Central Florida this week, with Christmas Eve in ther 40s and Christmas Day in the 20s and 30s, but today, we’re looking at a high in the low 70s after starting off in the 40s with clear skies.

The probability of rain increases to 80% Tuesday night as a new cold front makes its way into Central Florida.

Temps will increase back into the low 70s on Wednesday and Thursday before much cooler air returns for the holiday weekend.

Wednesday is the first day of winter, with rain chances at 30% for the day,

On Thursday and Friday we’ll see a 40% chance of rain. Watch out for falling iguanas depending where you are in Florida, and make sure to have plenty of hot cocoa and coffee around for the Christmas weekend!