Warmer weekend before another blast of cold Monday
Highs climb into the low 70s with the help of sunshine and a light southeasterly breeze. Temperatures warm up Sunday ahead of a strong cold front early Monday morning. Next cold front arrives SundayHigh temperatures for Monday will occur in the morning with afternoon temperatures staying in the low 60s. The coldest morning of the bunch looks to occur Wednesday before a big warming trend by the end of the week. The rip current threat will be high and the surf will be rough enhancing that rip current threat.
Cool start leads to nice day, but 30s are on the way
Central Florida will once again feel the quick turnaround over the weekend. Sunshine will be out to start, but clouds gradually increase as another cold front approaches the Sunshine State. Future radar FridayClouds will be around to start the weekend, but sunshine breaks out by Saturday afternoon. Most of Central Florida will wake up to temperatures in the 30s. Frost is possible west of I-95.
Near-record warmth continues before another temeparture drop
ORLANDO, Fla. – There won’t be much sunshine Saturday, but it will still be unseasonably warm. Even with mostly cloudy skies by the afternoon, highs jump into record territory again. Highs climb back into the low-to-mid 80s Saturday afternoon. While temperatures will be falling again next week, this cold front won’t be nearly as dramatic as the Christmas Eve front. By Monday afternoon, temperatures only climb into the mid 60s.
LIVE RADAR: 2 seasons in 12 hours, Central Florida to see dramatic temperature drop Christmas Eve night
A strong cold front will move through Central Florida during the evening hours of Christmas Eve. Severe threats Christmas Eve nightThrough the first few hours of Christmas morning scattered rain will continue before drier air quickly moves in allowing sunshine to return for the morning north of Orlando and for everyone by the afternoon. Highs will go from the upper 70s and lower 80s Christmas Eve afternoon to the upper 30s and lower 40s Christmas morning. Temperatures drop 30-40 degrees from late Christmas Eve into Christmas morning. Another cold morning will be on tap for Sunday.
Window-opening weather returns to Central Florida
Most of Central Florida will wake up to temperatures in the 60s Monday morning, with the exception of the Brevard coast. A few 80s are still possible south of Orlando. Monday will feature a mostly cloudy sky with a few lingering stray showers early. The cool air continues to trickle in Monday and by Tuesday morning, most of Central Florida will wake up to temperatures in the 50s. Highs TuesdayHighs Tuesday for most of central Florida will be in the low-to-mid 70s.
Fall, is that you? Refreshing changes arrive to close out workweek
ORLANDO, Fla. – Drier, cooler weather is sliding into Central Florida. Dew point temperatures will be falling through the day, which means the comfort level will be rising. Dew points on Friday were in the upper 70s. The lower the dew point, the more comfortable the air. Dew points in the 40s and 50s are near-perfect numbers for your comfort.