It is another cool morning across Central Florida, although not as cold as recent days. With full sunshine back again, temperatures will warm up considerably during the afternoon. Today high pressure will drift to the south, sending in a westerly wind. The other feature will be a weak front approaching from the north. This will wash out over the region but send in enough moisture for a renegade shower in the afternoon. Coverage will be minimal and the overall rain chance is 10 percent, mostly north of Interstate 4.
Tonight, fair skies and warmer temperatures will prevail. Most will see lows in the upper 50s and low 60s. Patchy fog is possible inland.
Summer-like weather will take over for Wednesday and Thursday as warmer, more humid conditions set in. Skies will be partly sunny for most of the day, but the afternoon seabreeze moving onshore will trigger some isolated showers and possible thunderstorms. Highs will run in the mid-80s and the rain chance for each day will stand at 20 percent.
Looking ahead to Easter Weekend, mainly dry weather is projected for Friday and Saturday. A cold front is slated to push through for Easter Sunday. At this time, moisture appears limited so the rain chance will be low. This may need to be adjusted as it approaches, so stay with News 13 for updates.
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