A nice Christmas Day for Central Florida now that the front is well offshore. A few clouds will linger across the area, but drier and cooler air is moving in. After record-breaking heat yesterday, we will be a tad bit below normal with highs in the mid- to upper-60s. Northwest winds will keep pumping the dry air in this afternoon. Later tonight, the winds switch to the northeast as high pressure moves quickly eastward. Our lows drop into the upper-40s and lower-50s.
It doesn't take long for the east winds to bring back the moisture and a slight chance for showers. That slight chance continues off and on for Friday and Saturday.
South winds warm us into the low-80s in some spots by Sunday and into early next week. Our next front cools us slightly by the middle of next week.
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