Humid evening ahead with patchy fog overnight. More weekend details here!
Whew! It was a humid day with well above average warmth.
The official high temperature for Orlando was 86 degrees. Just one degree shy of tying the record set in 1927.
Here's a look at the rest of central Florida:
Daytona Beach: 83 (record 86 in 2018)
Sanford: 85 (record 87 in 1968)
Leesburg: 83 (record 85 in 1968)
Melbourne: 86 (record 89 in 2018)
The bulk of the heavy rain and storms remains well to our north this evening associated with a warm front. Much of central Florida will be dry tonight, but we can't rule out a few sprinkles of rain in southern Osceola and central to southern Brevard around 9 or 10 o'clock tonight.
Lows will settle in the upper 60s to low-to-mid 70s under cloudy skies. Patchy fog will settle in overnight.
Tomorrow morning the fog will stick around for a few hours before clearing. Expect cloudy skies with breaks at times for a little sunshine.
Isolated showers will begin to pop up around lunch time and continue through about 9 or 10 p.m. It won't be a washout of a day, but brief light rain showers will be possible at times. Rain chances are at 30%.
Highs will stay in the low 80s.
The next cold front will move through central Florida throughout the day Monday. A few showers will be possible. Highs will be a little above average near 80 degrees.
Cooler and drier air moves in setting us up with a cooler day in the upper 60s to low 70s on Tuesday. Wednesday will be even cooler in the mid-to-upper 60s before dropping to the upper 30s to low-to-mid 40s that night. A gradual warm up to the mid 70s is expected by next weekend.