A front to our south stalls and eventually lifts back northward through the rest of the workweek. This keeps the weather pattern unsettled, with higher rain chances for several days.
Today, cooler and slightly drier air moves into Central Florida. Aloft, a steady southwest flow continues, while at the surface, brisk northeast winds sustained to 20 mph, usher in cooler air. Expect mostly cloudy skies and isolated showers, especially near the coast. High temperatures will range from the low to mid-70s.
Tonight, cloudy skies and steady onshore winds keep temperatures warmer than normal. Lows will only drop into the low to mid-60s for most, with upper 60s to 70 degrees in Brevard County.
The front slowly creeps northward Thursday, increasing moisture across the region. Onshore winds may set up rainbands near the coast. Scattered showers are expected elsewhere. Daytime highs return to the mid and upper 70s. A few spots may hit 80 degrees.
On Friday, a wave of energy streams overhead, noticeably increasing our rain chances. Scattered showers and some storms are expected. Some lingering moisture stays in place for early Saturday before drier air filters into Central Florida.
By Easter Sunday, mostly sunny skies and pleasant conditions are on tap. High pressure builds back into the region early next week. This keeps mild temperatures and relatively dry air in place for several days.
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