Cloudy, chilly, rain expected across Central Florida
Sunday to begin on rainy note
ORLANDO, Fla. – There was some short-lived sunshine Saturday morning that went away by noon time, leaving behind a chilly wind and mostly cloudy skies.
Saturday night will continue to be cloudy and chilly, but there will be no freezing temperatures. Rain will arrive around 2 a.m. and linger until 7 a.m. Most of the rain will be gone by noon Sunday.
It will be cold, breezy and wet Saturday night with lows dropping to the 40s in the area.
Sunday will begin on a rainy note, but the rain will be over in time for the Pro Bowl game. There will be cloudy skies until the afternoon when some sunshine will break through; however, temperatures will remain suppressed and will struggle to reach 60 degrees.
Cold temperatures stick around tonight and so do the clouds. Chance of morning rain is 80 %. pic.twitter.com/2InzvrQl4V— News 6 WKMG (@news6wkmg) January 28, 2017
It will be cold again Sunday night with most areas in the 40s and temperatures dropping into the 30s around Ocala.
Sunny skies and a gradual warming trend are forecast for the majority of next week.
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