Mostly cloudy skies have stuck around for the end of the weekend, but we have been able to see some peeks of sunshine! A front remains draped across Central Florida, so there is a bit of a mix in temperatures. Southern spots have noticed warmer conditions Sunday afternoon with highs in the upper-70s to around 80 degrees. Our northern counties, with winds out of the east-northeast, are a bit cooler with highs in the upper-60s to low-70s. Everyone will see warm temperatures over the next few days with a lot more sunshine.
Partly cloudy skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Lows will be mild, falling into the mid- to low-60s. With light wind and enough moisture still around, areas of fog will be likely as we head toward daybreak on Monday.
Monday will be partly sunny and warm. High temperatures will climb for most into the upper-70s to low-80s. While most will be dry, easterly wind has the potential to create a sea breeze that may spark a few afternoon showers well inland.
Summer-like weather continues through midweek before our next system increases rain chances starting Thursday.
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