Veterans Day forecast: Average temps, few showers expected in Central Florida

Gusty winds to create hazardous beach conditions

ORLANDO, Fla. – Average temperatures and a few showers are expected in Central Florida on Veterans Day.

Clouds will thicken up Saturday as the day continues. A few coastal showers are possible in the morning and will move inland in the afternoon. There is a 40 percent coverage of rain, with spotty showers expected to move quickly. 

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High temperatures Saturday afternoon will stay near the average in Central Florida for this time of year -- mainly in the mid- to upper 70s.

East-to-northeast winds will pick up and become gusty, especially near the coast, creating hazardous waters through the weekend.

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Small craft and high surf advisories will remain in place through the weekend, with highs along the coast in the mid-70s. 

Overnight Saturday will be mainly cloudy, with a few showers near the coast. Lows will dip down to the mid-60s. 

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