ORLANDO, Fla- – After sunny days spent in the upper 60s to low-to mid-70s, it’s really starting to cool off quickly.
Sunday night will see clear skies, but we will have temperatures getting down into the 40s across most of Central Florida, so get ready to bundle up if you are headed out and about.
Northern zones will be the coldest in the low 40s while the rest of Central Florida will be right around the mid-to-upper 40s. Some areas along the coast could stay in the low 50s.
It will be a chilly start to Monday, but temperatures will rebound nicely. There will be mainly sunny skies with highs in the low 70s in some areas, with northern zones only reaching the upper 60s for daytime highs.
The cooler weather will last for one more day before it warms up again. For Thanksgiving, it looks like mainly sunny skies In the low 80s will be the trend all across Central Florida.
After a couple of cooler days to start the work week, heat surges back in leading up to Thanksgiving. Highs Thursday jump into the low 80s with dry weather.
The moderate rip current threat remains at the beaches. There are no advisories for boating, but use caution with seas running at 3-4 ft.
Checking on the tropics, we still have tropical storm Sebastian in the Atlantic headed toward the Azores.
Gusty wins in a decent amount of rain will impact the Azores going into Monday morning before the system begins to fall apart.
This will not impact the United States and the National Hurricane Center’s latest forecast is expecting no tropical cyclone development over the next five days. The end of hurricane season is this upcoming Saturday.