High pressure stays in control one more day before a cold front brings rain and cooler air starting midweek. By the weekend, onshore winds return mild temperatures.
This morning, patchy fog is possible. Otherwise, it is a cool but comfortable start to the day. Later today, a warm southwest breeze increases cloud cover and temperatures. Expect partly sunny skies and high temperatures in the upper-70s to low-80s.
Tonight, as a system in the Gulf of Mexico approaches, enough moisture is available for isolated showers overnight. Otherwise, expect mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures. Lows will drop into the low and mid-60s.
Tomorrow, a cold front slowly moves into Central Florida. Scattered showers and isolated storms are expected. High temperatures will warm into the low to mid-80s ahead of the front.
Once the frontal boundary exits, strong northerly winds take hold, ushering in much colder air to end the work week. Thursday will be sunny but windy, with high temperatures generally in the 60s. The coldest conditions take place Friday morning as lows dip into the upper-30s and 40s.
By this weekend, high pressure briefly returns. Onshore winds modify temperatures back to and above normal. Daytime highs will approach 80 degrees, with morning lows in the 50s. Another system developing in the Gulf returns rain chances to Central Florida early next week.
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