ORLANDO, Fla. – Pleasant would be the word to describe Saturday. Under mainly sunny skies to start, highs climb into the mid 70s. Clouds will go on the increase later in the day with rain chances increasing slightly Sunday.
Overnight, most areas will be dry under partly cloudy skies. Northern zones could see a few sprinkles of rain, but not a lot. Lows will hang around the upper 50s to low 60s. Not a bad night.
There will be a few showers along the coast Sunday morning. Some of the light to moderate showers will move inland as the day progresses. It won’t be washout! Rain chances remain relatively low near 20%. Highs will rebound to the upper 70s.
Above average warmth continues as we head back to the low 80s for a few days. A front will make its way toward central Florida by midweek. This will help bump up rain chances to 30% and eventually to 50% by the end of the workweek.
The rain and cloud cover will keep temperatures in the mid 70s after a warm start to the week. There will be no major cool down as this weak front stalls to our south. That’s going to be the focus for the higher rain chances Thursday and Friday.