Warm evening with patchy fog settling in overnight.
Well above average warmth once again this afternoon, even getting close to heat records. Here's a look at high temperatures compared to the heat record:
Orlando: 85 vs 86 (1932)
Daytona Beach: 84 vs 86 (1985)
Sanford: 85 vs 86 (1991)
Leesburg: 84 vs 86 (1991)
Melbourne: 83 vs 88 (1991)
The rest of the night will be mild as temperatures fall through the 70s.
Much of the night will be spent in the 70s eventually dropping to the low-to-mid 60s. Patchy fog is possible again. The best chance of seeing fog will be inland.
The fog will linger for a few hours during the morning commute tomorrow. Another sunny day with a few clouds around. Highs rebound to the mid 80s again.
Wednesday and Thursday will be a bit warmer possibly reaching record heat.
The next cold front will bring changes Friday with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Isolated strong storms are possible.
The cold front is expected to clear central Florida by Saturday. A few showers are possible through the weekend, but overall coverage will be low. Dry weather returns for the start of the work week.
It will be cooler behind the cold front in the low 70s which is typical for this time of year.