The stalled front lifts northward and a mid-level wave moves overhead, keeping our weather pattern unsettled to end the week. Temperatures and rain chances will increase for the next couple of days.
Today, breezy onshore winds continue, as the remnant front slowly lifts back northward. Expect mainly cloudy skies and scattered showers, especially south of Orlando. High temperatures will be a tad warmer, in the mid- to upper 70s for most. A few interior spots will return to 80 degrees.
Tonight, as the front continues lifting northward, scattered showers are possible across the region. Low temperatures will drop into the low to mid-60s north of Orlando, with upper 60s south.
Tomorrow, with the old front near the region and a surface low pressure developing in the Gulf, widespread showers and storms are expected. Periods of heavy rain and gusty winds are likely in storms. High temperatures climb back into the low to mid-80s.
Some lingering moisture is expected early Saturday, before drier air moves in for the rest of the weekend. By Sunday, abundant sunshine and slightly cooler than normal temperatures are on tap for Central Florida. Expect daytime highs in the mid- to upper 70s. A mild and dry weather pattern continues into early next week, as high pressure builds back into Central Florida.
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