High pressure is moving in and will settle over Central Florida for the next several days. Expect gorgeous weather to continue with plenty of sunshine, seasonable temperatures, and low humidity.
Mainly clear skies will continue through the overnight hours. There may be a few clouds along the coast moving in off of the Atlantic. Breezy conditions from Saturday afternoon will weaken heading into Sunday morning, which will allow for cool temperatures in the middle to upper 50s. Slightly higher winds will stick around for Brevard County where temperatures will fall to around 60 degrees.
After a cool start on Sunday, plenty of sunshine will help to warm temperatures up to around 80 degrees. Low pressure to our southeast will help to usher in even drier air. This means that dewpoints will be in the 40s and low humidity will make things feel quite comfortable. Winds will not be as strong under high pressure, so ocean conditions will start to improve. There will still, however, be a moderate risk for rip currents to round out the weekend.
Nice and quiet weather continues through Tuesday. With the approach of a weak front, temperatures will warm into the middle 80s by mid-week and there is a slight chance for a few showers during the latter half of the week.
In the tropics, there is one area of interest for possible tropical development, but it poses no threat to Florida. What was Tropical Depression Nine is now Invest 94 located in the western Caribbean. There is a low chance that it could redevelop as it slowly moves to the southeast. All other areas in the Atlantic are quiet.
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