ORLANDO, Fla. – Strong high pressure will continue to maintain control across most of the Eastern Seaboard, causing a strong onshore wind flow. Winds are expected to remain between 10-15 mph, with wind gusts up to 30 mph. For this reason the Small Craft Advisory, as well as a high threat of rip currents, will remain in effect through the middle part of the work week.
We will see another day of partly to mostly clear skies. Onshore flow will pick up a few showers throughout the afternoon. Heavier showers will remain along the coast, but will continue weakening as they track inland.
Rain chances will remain at 20 percent for most neighborhoods in Central Florida.
Highs Sunday afternoon will rebound back to the upper 70s to low 80s around town. As the sun sets Sunday night, lows will slowly cool back into the mid 60s.
Expect more of the same conditions as we head into December. Long range models keep up us hovering above average in the upper 70s to low 80s with minimal rain in the forecast through Wednesday.
By Thursday and Friday, some models hint at the approach of our next cold front, which will increase rain chances and cool afternoon highs by a few degrees.