ORLANDO, Fla. – After a cold front moves through Central Florida on Monday, the region can expect a lovely week of weather.
"We are pinpointing a brand new front that is approaching Central Florida," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "This front will stall, and then wash out through Tuesday."
Expect fog and cloud cover Monday morning.
"We start off with lots of fog for the morning drive, but it will burn off after 9 a.m.," Bridges said.
The peak time to see the supermoon was 6:22 a.m., but cloud cover in the Orlando area kept people from getting a good view.
The high in Orlando will hit 76 degrees, below the average of 79 for this time of year. The record high on this date in Orlando is 88.
"We're warming into the upper 70s by the middle of the week, with lots of sunshine as early as Tuesday," Bridges said. "We will remain dry through the weekend and next week."
Tracking the tropics
"There is a system in the tropics that we are watching," Bridges said.
The system, located near the Yucatan, has a 60 percent chance of development over the next five days.
"It will not impact Florida," Bridges said.
Hurricane season officially ends Nov. 30.