ORLANDO, Fla. - After a foggy start across Central Florida on Monday, temperatures will warm into the low 70s.
"High pressure moves into Central Florida and dominates on Monday," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "Dry air builds in, and there will be sunny skies."
The overnight low will be around 50 degrees.
Tuesday will see a high in the mid-70s in the Orlando area, however, a weak front moves into the region, leading to a 20 percent chances for rain.
Then, another cold front invades the region.
Temperatures cool into the 30s Wednesday morning, with the high temperature later in the day reaching 56 degrees.
After another start in the 30s on Thursday, temperatures will reach the mid-60s on Thursday and Friday.
After Tuesday, there's no chance of rain through the weekend.
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