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Monday, October 23, 2017

Cooler weather will hit Orlando this week, which means you can wear a jacket or maybe even pants

Posted By on Mon, Oct 23, 2017 at 3:50 PM

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Orlando is expected to experience "fall-like" temperatures later this week, which is good news for Floridians dying to experience what it's like to wear a light jacket, or hell, maybe even pants.

This winter is supposed to be unseasonably warm and dry, but a mini-cold front will hit Orlando this Wednesday, causing a chilly daytime high of 74 degrees, and an arctic low of 53 degrees at night. Brrr.
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This means Wednesday may be one of your only chances this year to toss on a pair of pants without experiencing "hot legs."



Other things you'll be able to enjoy this Wednesday:
- Wear a stocking cap outside without looking like you're on drugs
- A cardigan could work if you're in a shady area
- Open a window in your house for once
- You can stand in the sun and not get too uncomfortable
- Enjoy a warm beverage like a normal person
- Drive without the A/C running
- Wear a glove

It's your day, make the most of it.

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