More pleasant weather expected in Central Florida as workweek begins

Thursday marks last day of 2017 hurricane season

ORLANDO, Fla. – Weather has been pleasant and mild Sunday in Central Florida, and the pattern is expected to carry into the upcoming workweek.

"We've had clear skies, abundant sunshine and comfortable temperatures," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said. "And we will do it again tomorrow."

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Skies will be clear to partly cloudy Sunday night, with temperatures ranging from 49 degrees in Ocala, 55 degrees in Orlando and 56 degrees in Palm Bay.

Monday will be mostly sunny, with temperatures reaching highs of 74 degrees in Daytona Beach, 77 degrees in Titusville and 79 degrees in Orlando.

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"More of the same is expected Tuesday, but by Wednesday, a chance of rain returns to the forecast and remains in the forecast until Friday," Treanor said.

Rain chances will be low at 20 percent.

Thursday is the last day of the 2017 hurricane season.