The next two days might seem a bit more like summer than winter, as afternoon temperatures are expected to reach the low 80s.
That's mainly the result of a wind shift associated with an approaching cold front. Far interior areas could see temperatures approach 90 degrees, the National Weather Service said.
The front also should prompt breezy conditions and some isolated showers today. Cooler air should drop temperatures into the 50s by Thursday night and Friday morning.
South Florida's Tuesday forecast otherwise calls for partly sunny skies, evening lows in the upper 60s and wind gusts to 20 mph. Beware of rip currents at the beaches.
Central Florida's forecast: Partly sunny and breezy with highs in the low 80s and lows in the low 60s. Afternoon temperatures are expected to climb into the mid 80s on Wednesday.
Cold spot: Temperatures are forecast to plunge to 2 degrees below zero with snow tonight in Fort Benton, Mont.