ORLANDO, Fla. – Showers will taper off late Wednesday night in Central Florida.
Until then, light rain will move in from the Gulf and head east. As the night goes on gradual clearing is expected from the northwest to the southeast. Most of the rain will be gone just after midnight as high pressure moves in bringing drier air.
Lows will range from the low 40s across our northern counties to the mid to upper 40s pretty much everywhere else.
Thursday will bring plenty of sunshine with highs in the mid-60s.
By Friday a small chance for rain returns to the forecast as moisture gets pushed in ahead of the next cold front. It will be warmer near 70 and a little windy.
Friday’s warmth is brief. This weekend will
Be chilly! Highs only reach the low 60s. Overnight Saturday is the coldest night over the next seven days. Temperatures dip to 39 degrees in and around Orlando. Ocala and cities to the north will be in the low 30s.