Cloudy conditions to linger into Sunday evening

Weak cold front expected to move through area Tuesday

ORLANDO, Fla. – It's been a gloomy Sunday in Central Florida.

"Windy, gray and an occasional passing shower defines our Sunday, but better conditions are on their way," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said.

Until the changes arrive in Central Florida, skies will remain heavy with clouds, but the winds and rains will back down a bit. 

There will be mostly cloudy skies Sunday night with a 20 percent chance of rain, especially along the coast. 

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Temperatures Sunday night will reach lows of 67 degrees in Orlando, 61 degrees in Ocala and 71 degrees in Palm Bay.

"There will be a little more sunshine on Monday while it remains breezy," Treanor said. 

Hazardous beach conditions will decrease a bit. 

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The chance of rain will remain at 20 percent while temperatures vary from 80 degrees in Orlando, 79 degrees in Melbourne and 76 degrees in Daytona Beach.

A weak cold front is expected to move through Central Florida Tuesday, which will push some of the moisture to the South, allowing more sunshine and less humidity by Wednesday.

"Tuesday could see some sprinkles with the frontal passage," Treanor said. "The remainder of the week looks seasonal and the next mention of rain occurs on Saturday."