High pressure has returned, keeping relatively dry and stable air in place. A northerly breeze briefly cools the region down back to and slightly below normal, before veering winds ahead of another front warm us back up in the 80s for the weekend. Another chance for much needed rain is expected with this cold front, before drier air returns next week.
This morning, low clouds and patchy fog are possible. Otherwise, it is a mild start to the day with temperatures in the upper-50s to low-60s. Later today, breezy north winds sustained to 15 mph usher in cooler air. Expect a slow clearing of clouds, with skies mostly sunny by late afternoon. Daytime highs will reach the upper-60s to low-70s north of Orlando.
Tonight, mostly clear skies and northerly winds will keep cooler than normal temperatures in place. Overnight, low temperatures will drop to the upper-40s to low-50s for most. Typical colder spots northwest of Orlando will drop into the low-40s.
Tomorrow, after the cool start to the day, expect a pleasant and seasonable afternoon. Partly sunny skies are on tap, with rain chances staying to our south. High temperatures will reach the low to mid-70s.
This weekend, a quick warm-up occurs ahead of the next cold front. Best rain chances are expected with the frontal passage on Sunday. Daytime highs will reach the low-80s, with overnight lows in the low-60s. Heading into next week, high pressure builds in behind the front. This brings more sunshine and another shot of cooler air to Central Florida.
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