Cooldown coming to Central Florida ahead of Halloween
T.S. Philippe continues moving away from Florida
ORLANDO, Fla. – Central Florida is expected to get another taste of fall weather in the coming days.
A few sprinkles of rain will move out as the cold front brings cooler and drier air into Central Florida.
Expect increasing sunshine and 25-20 mph winds out of the west northwest gusting near 30 mph.
Lake wind and small craft advisories are in place until Sunday night. Rough boating conditions will gradually improve as the week begins.
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"Until then, boaters, it will be very rough on the water," News 6 meteorologist Samara Cokinos said. "Not ideal conditions, especially for smaller boats."
High temperatures will reach the low 70s Sunday before the chill arrives with lows in the mid-40s.
The breeze will make temperatures feel like they're in the lower 40s for several hours late Sunday and into Monday morning.
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"Tomorrow will be a great day to use the jackets and scarves as high temperatures stay in the upper 60s," Cokinos said.
Pinpointing the tropics:
Philippe remains a Tropical Storm with winds reaching up to 50 mph, but is expected to move away from Florida.
The storm, which was headed northeast at 32 mph at 9 a.m., is expected to fall apart by Sunday night.
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