Windy conditions to continue Sunday in Central Florida
It will be a bit chilly overnight as temperatures drop
ORLANDO, Fla. – It's been all-day sunshine and normal temperatures Saturday with the only takeaway being brisk winds kicking up to 20 mph. Otherwise, it was another day to brag about during this winter season.
More of the same is expected for Sunday.
Meanwhile, it will be a bit chilly overnight as temperatures drop to 57 degrees in Orlando, 49 in Ocala and 62 in Palm Bay. It will continue to be breezy and because of the northeast wind, a sea shower may hit the coastal counties. The chance of rain is 20 percent near the Atlantic.
Normal to a little below normal temps today. The windy conditions will continue tonight and again Tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/0DHuiVbNdB— News 6 WKMG (@news6wkmg) March 4, 2017
It will be sunny on Sunday inland, but because of the winds coming in across the ocean, skies will be partly cloudy near the beaches and there will be a 20 percent chance of rain along the coast.
The winds could gust to 30 mph, and that will increase the rip current threat. Small craft warnings are also in place for the ocean and for lakes. Highs on Sunday will be in the low to mid-70s.
No Boating today, Sunday and Monday. Too rough..too windy...too dangerous. Showers possible on the Atlantic too. pic.twitter.com/oAz0Eb4SCN— News 6 WKMG (@news6wkmg) March 4, 2017
It will be cloudy and breezy Sunday night and by Monday, all areas will have a 20 percent chance of spotty rains that may persist until Wednesday.
By Tuesday, some areas will be back into the 80s, with cooler air returning by Thursday.
Enjoy being outside!
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