Rainy conditions to continue ahead of cold front in Central Florida

Cloudy skies expected Sunday night

ORLANDO, Fla. – The heat, humidity and passing showers in Central Florida didn't make it Sunday's weather feel like fall, but the weather is expected to change this week.

"It will feel more like fall by Wednesday as a blast of cold air drops temperatures 10 degrees below normal for this time of year," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said.

In the meantime, rain will be present the next several days. There is also a chance of a thunderstorm Monday night or Tuesday with the approaching cold air.

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Temperatures will cool off a bit Sunday evening before the start of the week.

"Expect cloudy skies again tonight, with high humidity bringing temperatures to 71 in Ocala, 73 in Orlando and 76 in Palm Bay," Treanor said. 

There is a 30 percent chance of a shower moving in from the Atlantic Ocean.

The highest chance of rain Monday will be after noon, with the possibility of precipitation increasing into the evening and Tuesday.  

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High on Monday will be in the mid-80s, with a 50 percent chance of rain that will increase to 60 percent Monday night and Tuesday.

"Heat and humidity exit the state on Wednesday, with a high of only 70 degrees," Treanor said. "By Saturday, enough moisture returns to support a chance of rain."