Our wind will be shifting tonight out of the north as a cold front slowly pushes through. Expect clouds to be on the increase and remain quite numerous through the weekend. A few showers will be possible each day through early next week, too.
Lows tonight will only fall into the mid-60s, but then Friday highs will be about 15 to 20 degrees cooler than Thursday. Highs are expected to range from the 60s north of I-4, to the low-70s south of I-4. The wind will increase with gusts 15-20 mph. Lows on Friday night will fall closer to normal, which is in the mid- to low-50s. Saturday we are expected to continue to have considerable cloudiness, a few isolated showers and highs in the low-70s.
Temperatures should rebound to the 80s early next week. Rain chances are expected to go up.
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