A weak front sits offshore of Central Florida, bringing minimal moisture with it. Behind this front, high pressure quickly returns, keeping relatively dry and stable air in place. Temperatures continue to climb through the weekend.
We started out our Thursday with some patchy fog and mild temperatures in the 60s. The fog quickly burned off and temperatures are warming fast. Expect mostly to partly sunny skies and daytime highs in the low to mid-80s for most. A few interior spots will warm into the upper 80s. An isolated shower cannot be completely ruled out along the sea breeze this afternoon and early evening.
Tonight, mostly clear skies and mild conditions continue. Low temperatures will be warmer than normal, in the low to mid-60s. Areas of fog may develop again as we head toward daybreak on Friday.
High pressure builds into the region on Friday, continuing the warming trend. Expect mostly sunny skies and above normal temperatures. Daytime highs will reach the middle to upper 80s.
Much of the same is expected through the weekend. Limited moisture keeps the first half of the weekend rain-free. By Sunday, isolated showers or storms will be possible late in the day. Daytime highs will reach the middle to upper 80s for most, with some interior spots hitting 90 degrees. Overnight lows will drop into the middle 60s.
Heading into next week, moisture slowly increases ahead of the next cold front. Small rain chances exist until the front approaches mid-week. Temperatures will remain above normal and summer-like through this time.
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