ORLANDO, Fla. – Temperatures are warming up in Central Florida, just in time for the weekend.
A northern stream of moisture along a cold front will move through northern Florida Friday, steadily weakening the winds that have been in place the past few days, according to News 6 meteorologist Candace Campos.
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Before the winds die down, the strong onshore breeze will keep conditions hazardous on the beach and along the water, with a small craft advisory in effect and the high risk of rip currents.
Along with the strong breeze, expect a few spotty Atlantic showers throughout the day. Some areas may see more than others.
"Sufficient low-level moisture will develop onshore, with rain coverage at 30 percent for areas south of I-4, with a 40 percent to the north," Candace said.
Highs Friday will stay in the low 80s for inland locations and the mid-80s along the coast.
This weekend, high pressure will maintain control over the area, keeping a slight chance of rain in the forecast.
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Highs will run well above average in the mid- to low 80s. Overnight lows will remain mild, with temperatures staying in the mid- to upper 60s.