VERO BEACH — The lowest temperatures of next week’s cold front will be felt just before sunrise on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, meteorologists said. The chilly weather will give way to warmer temperatures during the afternoons.
“The temps will be the coolest in the mornings,” National Weather Service in Melbourne Meteorologist Zach Law said.
The cold front will trek southbound through central Florida over the weekend. Vero Beach will start feeling the cooler conditions early next week.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings will have temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s, which will rise to the mid-70s during the afternoons, Law said. The evenings will have temperatures in the 60s and 70s, according to the National Weather Service website.
The cold front was expected to lift off for the remainder of the week.