The rain has moved on, but now we will have a cooler, windy day with wind gusts over 30 miles per hour at times. At least the sun is back and we should remain mostly sunny the rest of the day. Temperatures will be in the mid-60s at best, but falling to near 40 overnight. It’s still going to be breezy, so don’t be surprised if it feels more like the 20s and 30s when you step out tomorrow morning.
The strong winds have warranted a small craft advisory for boaters with a gale warning posted offshore. Dangerous boating conditions will prevail through Tuesday before winds start to abate.
The remainder of the workweek will feature dry, cool late-January weather by Central Florida standards. Temperatures will consistently reach the mid- to upper 60s with warmer 70s in store by the weekend. Plenty of sunshine is expected for much of the week until a few showers return late next weekend.
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