ORLANDO, Fla. – Widespread light rain will continue to fall across most of Central Florida Sunday morning, ahead of another push of cold air.
Rain coverage will remain at 60-70 percent for the first half of the day.
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.
"After the lunch hour, the weather will take a better turn," News 6 meteorologist Candace Campos said.
Clearing skies are expected, with temperatures remaining well below average -- in the upper 50s.
"If you are heading out to the Pro Bowl this evening, rain chances will drop off significantly by kickoff at 8 p.m., with temperatures in the upper 40s," Campos said.
Sunny skies and a gradual warming trend are expected for the majority of next week.