Sunday brings warm temperatures, sunny skies

By Samara Cokinos - Meteorologist, Danny Treanor - Meteorologist
Associated Press

ORLANDO, Fla. - On Sunday morning, temperatures were about 15 degrees warmer than they were Saturday morning.

At the start of the day, temperatures were in the 50s and 60s with mainly sunny skies and patchy fog mainly west of Interstate 4.

Throughout the day, that fog will burn off; there will be a mix of sun and clouds with high temperatures right around 81 degrees for the city beautiful and closer to 75 closer to the coast. 

Some areas flirted with the 80s on Sunday and some could feel a little increase in humidity.

A few sprinkles are possible near the coast so we'll put your rain coverage at about 10 percent with most areas across Central Florida remaining mainly dry.

If you’re headed to the beach Sunday, remember that the rip current risk is moderate so swim safe and near a lifeguard.

If you’re doing any boating there aren’t any advisories currently in place.

The trend for the beginning of the work week will be more nice weather until Thanksgiving evening when a chance for rain returns to the forecast.

In the meantime, clear skies Sunday night will produce some overnight lows that range from 55 in Ocala to 62 in Orlando to 64 in Palm Bay.  A coastal sprinkle is not out of the question.

It will be sunny and mild Monday through Wednesday with temperatures in the 80s.

Thanksgiving has a 20 percent chance of rain and Friday has a 40 percent chance of rain  Some of the rain threat may extend into the weekend.

Spend some time outside while you can.

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