Cooler temperatures to turn into normal Florida weather as Sunday goes on

Highs in upper 80s, low 90s expected


ORLANDO, Fla. – While lower temperatures kicked off Sunday in Central Florida, the temporary relief from the heat isn't sticking around.

After one short brush with cooler, drier air, temps are back to the 90s along with the humidity.

Easterly winds will continue to bring in the humidity Sunday night along with the usual chance of a sea shower blowing in off the Atlantic. News 6 meteorologist Danny Treanor said lows will range from 71 degrees in Ocala to 76 degrees in Palm Bay and Orlando.

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Monday's highs could reach 91 degrees, but temperatures at the beaches are expected to be lower. That heat is predicted to linger into the workweek, with temperatures expected to stay above average through Wednesday. Later in the week, rain chances increase.

"Don't put your umbrella away just yet," Treanor said.

Tropical update:

Leslie is gone and there are no named storms in the Atlantic basin or in the Caribbean.

There are two areas of development that experts are watching.

"One of them is way out in the Atlantic, however the other area we are watching is off the Caribbean coast of South America," Treanor said. 

Current models show rain moving into Belize in two days.

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