Showers are moving into the area; see timing

ORLANDO, Fla. — Update:

Expect conditions to remain windy and warm for the next several hours, with cloud cover thickening up.

Showers will move overhead Friday evening with our next front.

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We are not expecting any large rain totals, and the showers will move through the area quickly.

This weekend will be beautiful -- sunny skies and cooler days.

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Expect highs of 70 degrees for both Saturday and Sunday.

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Earlier story:

Central Florida will be partly cloudy and windy before rain moves through Friday afternoon.


Our area will have a 40% chance of seeing rain showers Friday evening.

The rain will be fueled by a mini-cold front that will move through our area in the early evening.

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The system will move through quickly as high winds push the system through our area.

After the front moves by, our area will have clear skies over the next few days.

Our weekend forecast is looking beautiful, with sunny skies and cool temperatures.

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High temperatures for Saturday, Sunday and Monday will be in the low to mid-70s.

Some highs in the 80s will return next week.

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Jason Kelly

Jason Kelly, WFTV.com

Jason Kelly joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2014. He serves as the station's Digital Executive Producer.