Easter Sunday will offer considerable cloudiness -- especially along the coast -- as low pressure slowly pulls away from the Eastern Seaboard.
Cool, damp northerly flow will instigate spotty sprinkles and drizzle. It will be breezy at times, with gusts from the north over 15 mph to 20 mph. Gradual clearing will take shape for interior sections as high pressure nudges in from the northwest. Highs will range from the upper-70s along the I-4 corridor to cooler low to mid-70s at the beaches.
Partly cloudy skies are anticipated overnight as breezy north winds continue. Coastal locations may find a stray light shower, but most areas will be dry.
High pressure will build across the southeast this week, setting up a string of warm, dry days for Central Florida. Each day will get increasingly warmer as the airmass slowly modifies due to winds turning onshore. Highs on Monday will hover around 80 degrees under partly to mostly sunny skies.
By Friday, upper 80s will be common -- lasting into the weekend. Aside from a stray afternoon shower, the majority of the week will be rain-free.
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