Scattered showers remain into Sunday evening, front brings chilly temps

ORLANDO, Fla. — We are not quite done with the rain yes with a few scattered passing showers, mainly light, still possible into Sunday evening.

Showers will break up overnight, as a front passes and it will get breezy.


The strongest front yet this fall season will pass Central Florida early in the morning.

The front will bring a cool breeze tomorrow with any lingering coastal showers ending early Monday morning.

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Monday afternoon sun will make an appearance, but the north breeze will drop temperatures from the afternoon into tomorrow evening.

Humidities will drop as well as the air gets dry, setting the stage for some very chilly weather.

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It will drop down to be the coldest temperatures so far this season.

Tuesday through Thursday morning we could Orlando’s first morning in the 40s.

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However, next weekend should be a lot warmer as the front passes.

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