ORLANDO, Fla. – Overnight into Friday morning Central Florida will see the temperatures drop after a cold front clears, News 6 chief meteorologist Tom Sorrells said.
Central Florida had a windy and pollen-filed Thursday with high pollen counts.
"As we head into the evening hours, the wind will begin to calm," Sorrells said.
Thursday night sky will clear and the temperatures will drop. In Orlando, they will dip to 51 degrees overnight.
Friday is shaping up to be a great day, Sorrells said. The sky will be clear with nothing but sunshine and a daytime high of 71 degrees.
Saturday and Sunday will look much the same. Expect clear sky and lots of sun.
Saturday's high temperature will be 79 degrees, and Sunday will be 80.