Central Florida starts off week with cool, dry weather
Front pushes south, clearing by late afternoon
A new front is moving south of Central Florida, bringing cooler temperatures and dry air.
"Clouds along the front will push to the south of the area and break up by late afternoon on Monday," said Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges.
After warming to 91 on Sunday, Monday's highs will reach the mid 80s in most areas.
A fire weather warning was also issued in Marion County through 7 p.m. as winds are expected up to 15 mph with humidity around 25 percent.
No rain is projected through Friday, but rain chances return at 20 percent for the weekend with highs back near 90.
You can track live radar and temperatures throughout the week by visiting ClickOrlando.com's weather page.