It was cold Saturday morning across Central Florida with most temperatures down in the 40s. Ocala was the coldest spot with a low of 34 degrees. Once the sun came up, we warmed quickly for the afternoon into the upper-60s to low-70s. As high pressure moves to our east, winds will shift to the south Sunday, warming temperatures even more for the end of the weekend. The warmer conditions will be short lived, however, with another cold front set to move through on Monday.
Partly cloudy skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Temperatures will not be as cold with lows falling only into the upper-40s to low-50s.
Super Bowl Sunday! It will be a great day for football, whether watching on TV or playing outside. Partly sunny skies throughout the day with highs in the mid-70s. We do have a cold front that will be approaching, so winds for Sunday afternoon will increase out of the south anywhere between 10-15 mph. These higher winds will create choppy conditions on lakes and the ocean. Small crafts should exercise caution.
Rain chances will start to increase late Sunday as the cold front gets closer. There's a good chance for showers on Monday with high temperatures remaining in the 70s. It will be windy as the front passes and winds shift to the northwest. This will pull in some colder air for Monday night and Tuesday. While Tuesday will be dry, another system is set to move in by midweek, increasing rain chances once again.
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