Temperatures warm up in Central Florida, fog expected Monday

Highs upper 60s to mid-70s

By Danny Treanor - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - A warmer day but mixed skies dominated the horizon Sunday. This means the clouds will be a little thick and then gradually part for more sunshine later Sunday.

At the same time, humidity is returning to the area, also giving us a very good chance for fog Sunday night and Monday morning.

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Warm to mild conditions prevail tonight with lows ranging from 52 in Ocala to 58 in Orlando to 60 in Viera.  Plus there will be some fog.

Monday will see more clouds than sun periodically but temperatures will climb rapidly once the fog burns off.  Monday's highs will range from 78 in Melbourne to 79 in Orlando to 75 in Daytona Beach.

Tuesday and Wednesday will see a chance for some spotty showers from a new cold front.

However, there is not another big drop in temperatures  expected from it.

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