ORLANDO, Florida — Showers have ended and some big changes are in store for the next few days.
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We broke a couple of high temperatures Thursday. Sanford set a new record high of 94 (the previous record of 93 was set in 2009), and Daytona Beach set a new record high of 93 (the previous record of 92 was set in 2002).
Overnight, expect quiet weather with temperatures in the 70s and just a few clouds.
Our first cold front in months will move close to the area in the morning, bringing more sunshine, minimal rain chances and lower humidity. High temperatures for Friday will increase into the upper 80s.
The weekend will still be warm, but the rain chances stay low, making it very pleasant. For Saturday, expect highs in the upper 80s and little-to-no rain coverage.
Some moisture will move in Sunday, but rain chances stay around 20 percent, and temperatures rise to the low 90s.
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Our less humid air will be short-lived, as tropical moisture returns for next week. Rain chances will climb starting on Monday, with scattered showers and storms likely. Highs will be in the low 90s. The rain chances will stay around 30 percent for much of next week.
If you plan to head out surfing Friday, expect poor to fair conditions with a small E/NE swell and wave heights 1-2 feet. The rip current risk remains moderate so stay in sight of a lifeguard.
In the tropics, Michael continues to race to the northeast and weaken. This storm will move into the Atlantic overnight as a post-tropical system and conditions can begin to improve for the southeast.
Leslie is moving rapidly eastward in the eastern Atlantic. Leslie remains out to sea, and will likely weaken over the next several days.
Elsewhere, Nadine remains in the open waters of the Atlantic. Nadine will weaken and become a remnant low this weekend.
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