High pressure that has been in control retreats as another cold front heads toward Central Florida this weekend. Ahead of the front, warm southerly winds return 80s to the region and also increase moisture. Best rain chances exist Sunday with the frontal passage. Behind it, cooler and drier air moves in next week.
This morning, it is a chilly start to the day with temperatures in the 40s and 50s for most. After starting sunny, clouds will mix in this afternoon. Breezy onshore winds begin modifying temperatures. Daytime highs will reach the low to mid-70s.
Tonight, partly cloudy skies and onshore winds keep temperatures above normal. Expect lows to drop into the mid to upper-50s northwest of I-4, and 50s south. Tomorrow, southerly winds ahead of the next cold front return many of us to the low-80s. Expect partly sunny skies and a late-day shower or two north of Orlando.
On Sunday, the frontal boundary moves through Central Florida. Scattered showers and an isolated storm or two are possible. Once the front exits to our south, breezy northerly winds usher in another shot of cool and drier air next week. Daytime highs will only reach 70 degrees, with overnight lows near 50.
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