ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s another pleasant and warm evening across Central Florida, but clouds will once again develop overnight.
- Temps fall to the 60s overnight
- Cold front moves in Monday
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Some low clouds are likely towards daybreak along with some areas of patchy fog. Overnight lows will be in the mid 60s.
Big changes are on the way for Monday. We’ll see increasing clouds as a strong cold front moves into the area. The front will have limited moisture to work with, but scattered showers are still expected. Highs for Monday will be in the mid 80s under breezy conditions.
Much cooler air marches in for Tuesday. We could see some morning showers, but most of the day will likely be dry. Strong northerly winds will bring in significantly cooler air, with highs only in the mid-60s. Overnight lows will tumble in the upper 30s and low 40s, with mid 30s possible in Marion County.
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Sunshine and cool temps will continue for midweek. Expect mostly sunny skies both Wednesday and Thursday, with temps only in the mid to upper 60s.
Our cool spell will be short lived, as warmer weather quickly returns starting Friday. Partly cloudy skies will return with highs back in the mid-70s.
The warmup will continue into next weekend, with highs back in the low 80s. Scattered rain chances will also return for both Saturday and next Sunday.
Things are quiet once again in the tropics. There are no major issues in the Gulf, the Caribbean and the open waters of the Atlantic.
The remainder of the season looks quiet. Hurricane season concludes on Friday.
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