Clouds have not cleared as quickly as we would have liked on this Easter Sunday. Moisture continues to wrap around low pressure to our northeast. This low is moving away from Central Florida very slowly and clouds and a few sprinkles have stuck around. Under this cloud deck, temperatures haven’t been able to warm up much. It has been a bit cool with strong wind out of the north. Warmer and drier weather is heading our way for the start of the work week.
Aside from a few early sprinkles, tonight will be dry. The clouds will continue to decrease through the overnight hours, leading us into a much sunnier Monday. Winds will drop back a little bit, but remain breezy out of the north. With breaks in the clouds and northerly wind, temperatures will be a bit cool dropping into the upper 50s to low 60s.
High pressure will build across the southeast this week, setting up a string of warm, dry days for Central Florida. Each day will get increasingly warmer as the airmass slowly modifies due to winds turning onshore. Highs on Monday will hover around 80 degrees under partly to mostly sunny skies.
Most of the week will be dry, but with the warmer temperatures and onshore winds, a few afternoon showers will be possible toward the end of the week.
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