High pressure shifts eastward and a back-door front moves into Central Florida mid-week. This weak front may produce isolated showers. Behind it, high pressure quickly returns, keeping warmer than normal temperatures in place through the weekend.
This morning, patchy fog is possible, especially along and north of I-4. Otherwise, expect a seasonable start to the day, with temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s. Later today, variable winds and some fair weather clouds do little to inhibit a warm-up. Daytime highs return to the low 80s along the coast and mid-80s inland.
Tonight, mostly clear to partly cloudy skies and mild conditions continue, as a back-door front sits to our north. Patchy fog will be possible again. Lows will drop into the low and mid-60s.
As the front moves through Central Florida Thursday, enough moisture is available for an isolated shower or two. Otherwise, expect partly sunny skies and warm afternoon temperatures. Highs will reach the low to mid-80s for most.
High pressure quickly builds into Central Florida to end the workweek. Sun and clouds and above normal temperatures are on tap through the weekend. Rain chances remain low through this time. Isolated showers will be possible by Sunday. Expect hot afternoons, as highs climb into the upper 80s to 90 degrees. Overnight lows stay comfortable, in the low to mid-60s.
Early next week, above normal temperatures and isolated rain chances continue ahead of another front. This frontal boundary returns more moisture by mid-week.
Weather can be mysterious, exciting and sometimes dangerous. That's why News 13 created Project Weather to help provide kids with the information they need to stay safe. Project Weather is made up of interactive educational resources to help prepare students for the future.
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Bright House Networks. Your California Privacy Rights | Ad Choices