Temperatures take a dip in Central Florida.
A really cold night ahead in Central Florida.
Candace Campos has your pinpoint forecast.
Overnight, a refreshing northwest breeze will persist, bringing minimum temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Here comes the cooler weather.
This past weekend was way too hot!
While areas to the north of I-4 had heavier rainfall earlier in the day, everyone south of that saw breaks in the clouds that allowed for the sun to heat things up.
Whew! It was a humid day with well above average warmth.
Daytime highs are expected to be near records today
Here's your Central Florida forecast from Candace Campos.
Candace Campos has your pinpoint forecast for the Orlando area.
It is officially the coldest morning of the season in Central Florida.
Here's your Central Florida forecast.
Baby, it's cold outside. Well, it's gonna' be, by Florida standards.
Hit-or-miss rain is possible before a cold front arrives early this week.
Isolated sprinkles are possible but rain chances increase on Sunday
A cold front continues to move through Central Florida, pulling in cooler and drier air.
Highs Thanksgiving Day will be in the upper 60s to around 70 north of Orlando. For the Orlando area and south, it will be in the low-to-mid 70s.
Candace Campos has your Turkey Day forecast for the Orlando area.
Seasonable temperatures return to Central Florida before cold front arrives midweek.
The weekend forecast is looking much drier
A flood watch goes into effect for Brevard and coastal Volusia.
Wet, damp, gray, dreary: that's your forecast.
The weather remains tranquil to wrap up the weekend, but changes are on the way this week.
A frontal boundary is expected to stall over the area today, increasing rain chances.
Here's what you need to know about the Central Florida forecast.
It will be a mostly quiet week across Central Florida.
Warming trend coming to Central Florida
Another breezy day is expected across the area.
An area of high pressure near the area will keep things breezy once again across Central Florida
As the days become shorter, the colors in the sky glow with bright reds, oranges, pinks and purples during sunset more than any other time of the year, but why?
Staying windy in Central Florida
Pleasant weather expected before cooler air arrives on Wednesday.
A ridge of high pressure near the area will keep the winds around this weekend
The Halloween weekend forecast looks great!
Occasional sprinkles will continue to stream in across the area for another day as we remain under a strong onshore breeze.
Strong east breeze will be in place for another day across Central Florida.
A large ridge of high pressure is now in control across the Southeast.
Here's what's in store for the weather in the Orlando area.
A weak front rolls through today, bringing a reinforcing blast of dry air to Central Florida. Expect afternoon highs around 85 degrees.
Another cold front moves through Saturday, increasing the wind in a few areas.
Another cold front arrives this weekend
Here's what you need to know.
Check out your Central Florida forecast.
This is nice!
How about this forecast?
After a 7-month hiatus, a cool stretch of weather is arriving into Central Florida. So it’s time to find the sweaters in the back of your closets and get ready for some cool and crisp mornings ahead!
A cold front will continue to move through the area bringing fall-like weather
The strongest cold front of the season is on Central Florida’s doorstep, with its arrival by early Sunday morning.
The heat and humidity increases today before a potent cold front moves in late Saturday
Mosquitoes are expected to hang around longer this year due to the warmer, more humid conditions and rainfall
A few showers are possible through the day but drier and fall-like weather is expected for the second half of the weekend
A surge of tropical moisture ramped up rain coverage across Central Florida.
After a great day, the weather is about to change in a big way.
Enjoy the day, it will be pretty nice.
The coolest air behind the cold front that is well south of Central Florida will settle in overnight.
A pleasant day ahead.
The first cold front of the fall season continues to move to the south Saturday evening with a few showers lingering in southern Osceola and Brevard counties.
A cold front will bring cooler and less-humid air to the area Sunday.
Hit or miss downpours are possible before our real cold front arrives Saturday
First fall front arrives soon!
Rain chances stay low on Thursday and Friday. First fall cold front moves in this weekend
First fall front to usher in coolest air of the season for Central Florida
Cold front? Yes, please.
It will be much more dry this week in Central Florida.
The unsettled stretch continues. Rain will be heavy at times across Central Florida, especially through the morning.
A weak front will keep the weather unsettled through the day.
Rain, rain has been falling for days.
Here comes the rain again.
More storms drenched portions of Central Florida.
It’s going to be a very wet week in Central Florida.
Your Central Florida forecast is a wet one.
Rain, rain here for days.
Sunday will be mostly dry but high rain chances return to the forecast this week.
Drier air will keep the humidity and rain chances down across Central Florida
That's more like it.
The first day of fall will actually feel like fall in Central Florida.
Another round of rain for many in Central Florida.
Storms bring washout to Central Florida
A cold front that is stalled across South Florida will be the focal point for increased rain chances.
Central Floridians wake up to less humidity.
Rain chances take a dip in Central Florida.
A few storms could produce heavy rain at times.
Scattered rain and storms are expected to fire up in a few locations Saturday morning.
Storm chances will be on the rise over the next few days in Central Florida. Expect scattered storms to continue through Thursday evening. Storms could again linger late, especially west of Orlando.
Rain, then highs in the 80s and more rain.
Here's what to expect in Central Florida.
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A pleasant and dry start to the weekend before showers and storms flare up Saturday afternoon
Will it rain on your Friday parade?
Another hot but nice day in Central Florida.
It just feels better outside.
A cool front moved through during the overnight, breaking the humidity.