Few changes will be found today across Central Florida as high pressure continues to drive our weather pattern. Light south to southeasterly winds will keep things very mild across the region. With the exception of a stray coastal shower, most areas will stay dry today and for the next several days.
Fair skies will continue into the evening and overnight with patchy fog developing by daybreak. Like the past few mornings, be prepared for low visibility in spots during your Monday morning commute. Low temperatures will fall into the middle 60s.
Monday will be another unseasonably warm day with high temperatures climbing into the middle to lower 80s. With winds slightly stronger from the south, these highs will be a degree or two above where we were on Sunday. Plenty of sunshine is also in store for the start of our work week.
The next several days will feature a continuation of this warm and dry weather with partly sunny skies and highs in the low to mid-80s. This pattern will start to shift on Thursday when a cold front finally sweeps through the Florida Peninsula. This system will be weak with very little moisture associated with it, but it will push temperatures back a few degrees for the latter part of the workweek. By Thursday and Friday, highs will return to more seasonable levels in the mid-70s.
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