High pressure continues to drive our weather pattern today, providing another dry day with partly sunny skies and light and variable winds. Daytime highs will return to the low 80s along the coast and mid-80s inland.
Quiet conditions will prevail overnight under fair skies with lows in the low to mid-60s. Patchy inland fog will form by daybreak.
A weak cold front to our north will finally drop through on Thursday. Moisture will be limited, but there could be enough available for a shower or two. Otherwise, expect partly sunny skies and warm afternoon temperatures. Highs will reach the low to mid-80s for most.
High pressure will quickly build into Central Florida to end the workweek. Mixed sun and clouds and above normal temperatures will be on tap through the weekend, along with low rain chances. By Sunday, daytime heating and increasing moisture will lend to isolated showers but chances will stay low. Expect hot afternoons, with daily highs consistently in the upper 80s to 90 degrees. Overnight lows will stay comfortable, in the low to mid-60s.
Early next week, above normal temperatures and isolated rain chances will continue ahead of another front.
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