ORLANDO, Fla. – "Wow, Tom Sorrells said it would be a 10, and it is!" News 6 meteorologist Danny Treanor said.
Saturday's pleasant breezes and warm temperatures made for an excellent outdoor day, and overnight lows will provide free air conditioning.
Under clear skies and diminishing winds, overnight lows are heading into the mid to low 50s. However, there is also a chance for early-morning fog that could blend with some smoke.
After the fog burns off, mostly sunny skies and even warmer temperatures may occur Sunday.
"I'm predicting a high of 82 degrees in some places, except at the beaches, where sea breezes will keep temps lower," Treanor said.
There will be more of the same Sunday night and there will, again, be a chance for fog.
The next chance of rain will arrive on Wednesday during the afternoon and night, followed by clear skies and cooler temperatures for the remainder of the week.
Nice weather is expected for Valentine's Day.