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Temperatures dropped overnight as low as the 30s this morning for much of Southwest Florida, and inland zones are even close to freezing.
Patchy frost is possible for Thursday morning even where temperatures aren't quite at freezing. Freeze warnings are in effect for inland zones, and frost advisories for coastal areas, both of which will expire at 9 a.m.
Shortly after sunrise, temperatures will begin climbing as clear skies and sunshine dominate today's forecast. By noon, temperatures should be approaching 60 degrees, and we'll peak in the mid to upper 60s for our daytime highs under full sunshine.
Another cold night is on tap tonight into Friday morning, but it won't get quite as cold as this morning. Temperatures for our urban areas near U.S. 41 and west of Interstate 75 will fall to the low 40s, and inland areas should dip into the mid to upper 30s.