Monday will begin with widespread areas of dense fog lowering visibility for the morning commute. The fog will gradually lift by mid-morning, paving the way for partly sunny skies. High pressure overhead will generate a light easterly breeze. This may be just enough to trigger isolated showers inland, but the overall chance stands at 10 percent. Highs today will climb to the upper 70s to near 80 degrees inland. At the immediate coast, especially in Flagler and northern Volusia county, a north wind will keep things just a little cooler, in the low to mid-70s.
Partly cloudy skies will last through the overnight with another round of fog possible by daybreak. Mild nighttime lows will fall to around 60 degrees.
High pressure and a southerly breeze will promote warmer and drier conditions for Tuesday and Wednesday with highs both days in the low to mid-80s. The next decent chance of rain will come with a cold front slated for late Thursday and Friday. This feature is projected to stall out nearby and keeping rain chances and cooler temperatures lingering into the weekend.
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