ORLANDO, Fla. – Drizzle and sprinkles took over Saturday, but rain amounts were generally under a tenth of an inch for most areas.
A weak cold front is stalled on top of Central Florida.
The cloud blanket continues, as do the winds. Along with showers from the Atlantic Ocean, the area has a 40 percent chance of rain Saturday night and a 50 percent chance Sunday. Lows Saturday night will range from 57 degrees in Ocala to 62 degrees in Apopka and 66 degrees in Palm Bay.
Expect overcast skies Sunday, while it continues to be windy. Highs will average from 75 to 77 degrees. Some improvement is expected in the afternoon as winds back down and clouds break up a little.
The week ahead looks rather wet, with four out of five days having rain mentioned in the forecast. Temperatures remain mild to warm. No new cold air is expected.
Small craft warnings are in effect until Sunday afternoon.