Sunny and warmer weather is in the forecast for Central Florida as a weak ridge of high pressure will build over the region for the next day or two. High pressure promotes fair weather, keeping relatively low rain chances and unseasonably warm temperatures in forecast through early next week.
We are expecting mostly fair conditions overnight with partly cloudy skies, light winds and perhaps a little patchy fog developing late, especially along and north of I-4. Fog west of I-4 may be thick enough to reduce the visibility on the roadsways. Low temperatures will drop into the upper 50s and lower 60s.
The only surface weather feature in the forecast other than the high pressure, a weak front will move a little closer to the region today, but will remain well to the north. Varying winds and partly to mostly sunny skies will continue over Central Florida. low moisture values through a deep layer of the atmosphere will keep rain out of the forecast for the day. High temperatures will be a bit warmer, in the lower to middle 80s.
The weak cold front finally moves through the area tomorrow, but with limited moisture to work with, we have isolated showers in the forecast at best. As high pressure strengthens across the region for the remainder of the week and into the weekend, relatively dry and warm conditions will dominate the weather pattern.
Looking ahead to the weekend, partly sunny skies and summer-like temperatures are in store. Daytime highs will reach the middle to upper 80s, with a few interior locations hitting 90 degrees. Overnight lows will drop into the middle and upper 60s. Limited moisture will keep rain chances out of the forecast Friday through Tuesday of next week.
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