ORLANDO, Fla. – Central Florida will finally be getting a break from the warmer temperatures it saw last week.
A cold front made its way through central Florida Friday night, leaving us with a high of 76 and no chance of rain.
There will be some cloud cover mix in by Saturday afternoon. Other than that, it should be a really nice Saturday.
Saturday isn't the best day for the beach, though. Winds are coming from the northeast at 10-15 mph, making the seas kick up to 3-4 feet, with a moderate rip current risk. It's not a great day to hit the water.
Central Florida will reach a low of 60 under a partly cloudy sky Saturday night. It should stay a little breezy, making it a great for any outdoor plans.
Sunday will be about the same, but a bit warmer. The high will be 79 with no chance of rain. The only difference is we'll see some more cloud cover mix in.