Temperatures expected to drop as cooler air moves into Central Florida

Cold front to return Tuesday as warm front

By Danny Treanor - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - Sunday has been a day full of different weather patterns.

People in most areas woke up to sunshine and clear skies but as the day went on, clouds rolled in and winds picked up, bringing some light rain into Central Florida. 

Skies will clear out Sunday night and cooler, drier air will push in, dropping temperatures down to 41 degrees in Ocala, 52 degrees in Orlando and 57 degrees in Palm Bay.

Monday will be sunny and cool, but those conditions will only last one day.  Highs Monday will range from 76 degrees in Viera to 75 degrees in Orlando and 73 degrees in Daytona Beach. 

The weak cold front that passed through Sunday will come back as a warm front Tuesday, bringing a 70 percent chance of rain with it. The system will stall over Central Florida, increasing the chance of rain Wednesday and Thursday.

Only a 20-30 percent chance of rain is expected Friday.

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