ORLANDO, Fla. – Cooler air continues to trickle in behind Saturday’s strong cold front. While it didn’t have much fanfare in terms of rain and storms, as expected, it is supplying the region with the coolest air of the season.
Sunshine will be out in full force Sunday with just a few passing thin clouds through the afternoon. Highs will be held to the low 70s Sunday afternoon with a few upper-60s sprinkled in northwest of Orlando.
Under clear skies and calm winds, temperatures drop into the upper 40s and lower 50s across most of Central Florida. A few upper 30s will be possible in Marion county Monday morning.
Temperatures rebound back into the low-to-mid 70s Monday afternoon. Sunshine continues through the middle of the week before rain chances gradually increase to close out the work week.
The tropics remain quiet with no new development expected over the next five days. Hurricane season runs through November.