ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando and Melbourne reported over half an inch of rain on Sunday, with Melbourne setting a new record for rain.
East winds brought additional rains off of the Atlantic Ocean, but winds are shifting, moving some of the unstable weather to the North, according to News 6 meteorologist Danny Treanor.
"This will bring clearing skies and end the rain temporarily," Treanor said.
Under partially clearing skies, the lows will range from 59 degrees in Ocala to 63 degrees in Orlando to 65 degrees in Palm Bay.
A few showers are possible overnight, mainly along the coast. Some of that activity could last through early Monday morning.
Overnight skies will be partly to mostly cloudy, with temperatures in the mid-60s. Patchy fog could settle in around Ocala and linger through the early morning commute.
"Dense patches of fog are possible in the morning, so stay safe while driving," Treanor said.
Monday should see some sunshine, but that night, the next cold front will bring a 30 percent chance of rain that will continues into Tuesday. Highs on Monday will hit 80 degrees in some locations.
By Tuesday, the rain chance jumps to 60 percent, with colder air arriving on Wednesday.
"A threat of rain looms over the area for next weekend," Treanor said.