It was a chilly start to the weekend with temperatures most places in the 40s. Parts of Marion County even dropped into the 30s. We warmed up nicely here in Central Florida for our Saturday afternoon with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s. High pressure will move overhead tonight and Sunday, allowing for light winds and lots of sunshine for the end of the weekend. Our dry and sunny weather will continue for the first few days of next week, but a system will slide in from the Gulf late Tuesday, increasing the chance for showers Wednesday.
Don’t forget to set clocks an hour forward before going to bed tonight with the start of Daylight Saving Time! Mainly clear skies and light wind are in the forecast through the overnight hours with temperatures not quite as chilly. Overnight lows will fall into the upper 40s to low 50s.
High temperatures on Sunday will be more seasonable, climbing into the middle to upper 70s. Mainly sunny skies are on tap with just a few passing clouds. This weather will hold into the start to the workweek as temperatures gradually warm each day. On Monday, highs will hover around 80 degrees with lower 80s anticipated on Tuesday.
Rain will stay out of the forecast until Wednesday when the next cold front approaches. It will bring in scattered showers and thunderstorms but clearing should take shape quickly behind it on Thursday.
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