Sunny, mild Sunday expected in Central Florida

Thursday marks last day of hurricane season

ORLANDO, Fla. – Once the morning fog cleared Saturday in Central Florida, conditions were pleasant. 

"The skies cleared. The sun is out. There is coolness in the air," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said. "These are the days we brag about."

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It is the season for fog in Central Florida, and some patches will arrive Saturday night as winds become calm, allowing temperatures to drop to 55 degrees in Orlando, 51 degrees in Palm Bay and 50 degrees in Ocala.

Once the fog burns off, conditions Sunday will make for another sunny and mild day in Central Florida. Highs will range from 76 degrees in Melbourne and Orlando and 72 degrees in Daytona Beach.

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"Dry season has also arrived, so the week ahead looks dry until Wednesday, when a 20 percent chance of rain returns to the forecast," Treanor said. "Rain chances will be highest near the coast."

Thursday is the last official day of hurricane season.