High pressure stuck around Central Florida all weekend long, allowing for some gorgeous weather. Dry and warm conditions will continue for a couple more days, but high pressure will start to move east. Only a few passing clouds to start the workweek with temperatures in the 80s. On Wednesday, a cold front will move through , increasing rain chances and dropping temperatures back a bit for the end of the week.
Mostly clear skies and light wind are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Temperatures will not be as chilly as the past few nights, but still a bit cool with lows in the upper 50s. With light winds, there could be some areas of fog in the usually prone areas by daybreak.
It will be a pleasant start to the workweek with sunshine on tap once again. Winds will shift to the southeast on Monday as highs warm to around 80 degrees.
By Tuesday, high pressure will drift to the east allowing the next cold front to edge closer to Florida from the west. Clouds will begin to increase on Tuesday, but rain will hold off until Wednesday. Showers and storms will accompany the front on Wednesday with the best chance of rain for the week. Drier weather will resume on Thursday with cooler temperatures in the low 70s.
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