ORLANDO, Fla. — After a great Sunday, more cool air is on the way for the overnight.
- Clear skies overnight
- Warmer temps Monday
- Rain returns Thursday
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Expect mostly clear skies across the area, with overnight lows again in the mid to upper 50s. Some areas in Marion Co. will once tumble into the 40s.
Monday will also be clear, but high temperatures will reach the mid-80s in the afternoon accompanied by a light wind of 5-10 mph. The low temperatures for Monday night are expected to be in the mid-60s.
The first half of the work week will continue to be clear, so expect sunny skies for Tuesday and Wednesday as well. High temperatures for both days will be in the mid-80s, and the nights will cool off to temperatures in the mid-60s.
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Rain works its way into the forecast for Thursday and Friday ahead of an approaching cold front. Thursday, rain chances will be around 40 percent with high temperatures in the mid-80s. Friday, rain coverage increases to 50 percent, but high temperatures peak right at 80 degrees. Low temperatures for Thursday night are expected to be around 70, and low temperatures for Friday will be around 60.
The weekend will clear back up, and we will experience gorgeous conditions much like we did this weekend. Clear skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 70s are to be expected.
Hurricane Oscar is still out in the Atlantic. It poses no threat to the United States, however, and it is likely to dissipate by the end of the week after getting swept up by a cold front.
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