Today will be slightly warmer and a bit more humid due to the wind slowly shifting from the east to the south through the morning. An area of low pressure over the Central Gulf of Mexico will track to our north and push high level clouds through the day today and some areas of light rain will again be possible over our far northern counties as high temperatures climb into the low- to mid-70s.
The rain from that system stays north of I-4 through most of the weekend, but by later on Sunday, the showers will sag south into the rest of Central Florida. We stay active from Sunday night through Tuesday night. Showers and even a few thunderstorms are expected during that period.
The best chance for storms will be Tuesday night through Wednesday morning when a strong cold front passes through Central Florida. Once it gets to our south Wednesday morning, the sky will start to clear and we can expect a breezy Christmas Eve day. Christmas Day looks sunny and much cooler with highs in the mid-60s. Have a great weekend and don’t shop til you drop!
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