ORLANDO, Fla. – Patchy fog is expected to redevelop overnight with mild temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s.
On Sunday, a weak frontal boundary will drop into Central Florida and wash out. Don't expect much rain or cooler temperatures with this system. High temperatures will remain above normal in the lower 80s under partly cloudy skies.
By next week, a stable weather pattern will set up. Expect warm and dry weather with a steady onshore slow. Any showers that make their way onshore will be brief. Temps will be in the upper 80s to low 80s with a 10 to 20 percent chance of rain.
By the end of next week, a weak cold front will develop, driving colder weather by late Wednesday. As this front moves through the area, expect a good chance of showers and clouds Wednesday and Thursday. The main question is how long the rain and clouds will linger behind the front. The timing for the arrival of dry air behind this front continues to fluctuate with each model update.
As of now, highs Thursday through Saturday will be in the 60s. Overnight lows could dip into the upper 40 to low 50s.
We will continue to monitor the model updates with this system, as the timing of drier air continues to fluctuate.