ORLANDO, Fla. — Temperatures were a little warmer Wednesday afternoon, but still well below the average for this time of year.

Most made it into the mid-60s under sunny skies. High pressure will remain overhead and keep Central Florida weather quiet the next few days as temperatures continue their warming trend.

Mostly clear skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Temperatures will be chilly as lows fall into the mid to low 40s. Parts of Marion County will fall back down into the upper 30s.

After the chilly start, temperatures will warm faster than we’ve seen the past few days as sunshine sticks around. We’ll already be in the mid-60s by lunchtime, then the upper 60s to around 70 degrees for the afternoon.

Our highs continue to climb as we head toward the weekend and will even reach 80 degrees for some early next week.

Other than a few coastal showers this weekend, dry conditions will stick around until a few showers move in late Tuesday with our next cold front. There will only be a low chance for rain with this system, but highs will get knocked back down into the 60s already by mid-week.

Beach and Surf Conditions

Beach and boating conditions will be favorable Thursday with low wave heights and a low rip current threat. It will not be as choppy with winds only between 5-10 mph.

Surf conditions will be very poor, however, with only minor northerly windswell traces.

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