ORLANDO, Fla- – The theme of the last couple of months has been rain on the weekends. That has been no different this weekend and the potential for that to continue into next weekend is already looking high.
Just like the last few days, even with the rain and clouds, highs climb into the upper 70s and lower 80s. It won’t be an all day rain, but there will be periods, especially Sunday morning and evening.
Most of the rain is gone for the night, although a stray drizzle or two can’t be ruled out.
In Orlando, Daytona Beach, and Sanford, only 3 out of 9 weekends have been completely dry since November. Only two have been completely dry in Melbourne.
A cold front Monday night will put an end to the gray skies. By Tuesday morning, sunshine will be on the increase.
Cloudy skies hang tight over head keeping lows in the upper 60s to low 70s.
Rain chances are at 30%, which means there will be a few light showers passing by mainly in the afternoon hours.
The first day of 2020 will be much of the same. Cool in the upper 60s with plenty of sunshine.
The cool down will be short lived though. We’re back to the 80s by Friday ahead of the next cold front.
Highs New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day only make it to the upper 60s and lower 70s. All will be quiet weather wise to ring in the new year Tuesday night.
Beach and Boating:
There are currently no advisories in effect out at sea, but it’s best to use extreme caution as conditions are still rough. The rip current threat also remains elevated.