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We had a gorgeous end to the weekend with plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures in the 60s. Another cold front will move through on Monday, changing the weather a bit for Central Florida to start out the workweek.
Clouds will continue to increase through the overnight hours with the approach of a cold front from the northwest. This front is set to move through early Monday morning, and a few showers could accompany it. Temperatures will not be a cold as Sunday morning, but still chilly with lows in the upper-40s to low-50s.
Any shower activity with the passage of the front will end Monday morning. Clouds will start to clear as we head into the afternoon as winds pick up out of the west-northwest. Strong wind gusts over 30 mph will be possible, and a Wind Advisory may be issued. High temperatures will be cool, climbing into the mid- to low-60s.
With the strong winds Monday, there will be rough conditions on the lakes and ocean. There is already a Small Craft Advisory in place with an offshore Gale Warning.
Temperatures will remain cool for much of the week with highs in the low-60s and lows in the low-40s. We will start to warm up by the end of the week with highs back in the low-70s. Plenty of sunshine is expected through the weekend.
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