ORLANDO, Fla. – Fog has been present Sunday in Central Florida and it could be an issue again Monday.
Residents should expect to see fog each morning for the next two to three days.
Other than the fog, a quiet and warm weather pattern has settled into Central Florida.
"No cooler temperatures are expected until the end of the week, and those temps will not be a dramatic change," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said.
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There will be partly cloudy skies Sunday night with a chance of some showers along the coast that could blow in from the Atlantic Ocean.
Temperatures Sunday night will reach lows of 63 degrees in Ocala, 65 degrees in Orlando and 66 degrees in Palm Bay. There is also a 20 percent chance of rain along the beaches.
Monday will begin with a strong possibility of dense morning fog.
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"Most should be burned off by 10 a.m., then the sun takes over, pushing the temperature up to 84 in Melbourne, 82 in Daytona Beach and 85 in Orlando," Treanor said.
There will also be a 20 percent chance of rain Monday.
Some slightly cooler temperatures will arrive in Central Florida by the end of the week, but no major cold air is expected in the next seven days.
The chance of rain is also expected to increase.