ORLANDO, Fla. – The strong surface ridge of high pressure remains in place for one more day, continuing the days-long pattern of breezy to windy conditions across east-central Florida.
Mostly dry conditions expected, though a few sprinkles will be possible along the coast. Afternoon temperate will run around 80 degrees along the coast, and lower 80s further inland.
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No measurable rainfall is expected aside from a few spotty sprinkles. The breeze will crank up between 10-15mph, with gusts up to 20-25mph. The strong breeze will deteriorate conditions along the beaches with rough surf, a high risk of rip currents and a small craft advisory.
Models continue to show a dry trend, as deeper moisture remains suppressed to our south. Rain chances remain below the 20% range with highs gradually warming by Sunday and into early next week.