The mild and dry weather pattern of the week continues for several more days as high pressure remains the dominant weather feature. Early next week a frontal boundary moves through, bringing only a slight chance for rain and seasonable temperatures.
This morning, patchy dense fog is possible. Otherwise, it is a mild start to the day with temperatures in the 60s. Later today, light southeasterly winds continue. Expect partly sunny skies as daytime highs reach the low to mid 80s.
Tonight, partly cloudy skies and mild conditions continue. Patchy fog development is possible. Overnight, low temperatures will drop into the low to mid 60s.
This weekend, the overall weather pattern stays the same. Light southeasterly winds keep Central Florida almost ten degrees above normal for this time of year. Expect partly sunny skies and daytime highs in the low to mid 80s.
Heading into next week, a weak frontal boundary pushes into the state. Limited moisture only allows isolated showers with the frontal passage. Slightly cooler air returns mid-week behind the front, returning temperatures back to normal.
In the tropics, an area of low pressure near The Azores has a chance to develop some tropical features today. Regardless of formation, this is no threat to the United States.
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