More record heat possible Sunday! Is this the end of the cool weather?
So, is the end of the cold fronts and start of the never-ending summer heat until late next fall? Sunday most of Central Florida is headed back into record territory with highs surging into the lower 90s inland, 80s along the coast. Sunshine will once again dominate our skies helping to heat up the Sunshine State quickly. Highs MondayA bigger cold front arrives Thursday taking most of Central Florida back into the 70s. Beach forecast SundayWater temperatures for the most part are in the lower 70s along the Central Florida beaches.
Missing the heat? Staying chilly Sunday, but the first 90s of the year likely later in the week
Most of Central Florida will stay locked in the clouds and chilly weather Sunday, but sunshine will try to inch back in from east to west. Highs will be in the 50s ad 60s near the 75 corridor and closer to the low-to-mid 60s near Orlando. Brevard temperaturesThere will likely be a sharp divide in temperatures over a short distance as sunshine tries to march inland from the Atlantic Ocean. A few showers will still be around, mainly north and west of Orlando, but most stay dry Sunday afternoon. No matter how you slice it, beach weather returns for the middle of next week and lasts through the weekend.
Where are you spring? Dreary, windy, cool on the first day of spring
An area of low pressure will develop off of the Florida coast sending clouds and few showers back into Central Florida. A low will develop off the coast of Florida Saturday bring clouds, showers and wind to the peninsula. Future clouds and radarA gusty north wind combined with cloudy skies will keep temperatures in the 60s. The wind will crank up through Saturday afternoon to at time gusting near 40 mph along the coast, 20-30 mph inland. Wind gust forecastIt will be a little better Sunday as that area of low pressure off of our coast responsible for the dreary day Saturday departs.
Remember me? Cooler air makes a comeback to Central Florida
In it’s wake, sunshine will break free as the cooler, drier air pours into Central Florida. Highs Saturday afternoon will be running about 20 degrees cooler than Thursday and Friday. Gusts could top 25 mph through the afternoon. Gusts at times could top 25 mph before settling down overnight. Dangerous beach weekendIt’s not the best beach weekend with the breeze and cooler air, but if you’re headed to the beach use caution.
Back to reality! Cooler air returns Sunday
ORLANDO, Fla. – If you have been enjoying the warmth for the first few days of 2021, that will be going away for a while. If you are a cooler weather fan, the upcoming week will be for you. Future RadarBy Sunday afternoon, most of Central Florida will dry out and start to clear out as drier, cooler air trickles in. Sunshine returns Monday, but high temperatures only top out in the mid 60s. The rest of the week will be on the cooler side and mainly dry.
Coolest air of the season blasts into Central Florida Sunday night
ORLANDO, Fla. – The roller coaster ride continues in a big way with a strong cold front moving through Florida Sunday night. Wind gusts at times could top 30mph through Monday evening. Wind gusts could top 30mph MondayThe coolest air of the season settles in Tuesday morning with widespread lows in the 50s. A Gale Watch goes into effect after midnight with wind gusts at times nearing 50mph out at sea. Tropical update:Tropical Storm Eta formed Saturday night tying 2005 for the most named storms in a single season.
Hop on the weather roller coaster Halloween weekend
ORLANDO, Fla. – The weather will be scare free for the most part across Central Florida. A few extra clouds will build in through the evening, but the full moon’s light will shine through. Late in the afternoon and evening, a stray shower will be possible, mainly along the coast. Beach and boating forecast:There is an elevated threat for rip currents Halloween weekendThe rip current threat will be elevated Halloween weekend with building waves through Saturday. Use caution this weekend with increasing winds to 20-30 mph.
Winter returns: Cool weekend after record-breaking heat
ORLANDO, Fla.- – Sunshine will dominate the sky Saturday, but it will be a chilly, breezy sun. High temperatures only climb back into the mid 60s, running about ten degrees below average. Wind gusts out of the northeast will be in the 20-30mph ballpark through Saturday evening. WindMore clouds move in Sunday, but temperatures warm slightly, back to the mid 70s. Beach and Boating:It will be a dangerous day to be in the Atlantic, whether you are swimming or boating