Sunday night brings in warmer temps as heat trend begins

ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s getting warmer.


It is already starting to feel warmer outside on Saturday, even with a thick layer of afternoon clouds.

Meteorologist George Waldenberger said the clouds would break up overnight, and it won’t be as cold on Sunday as the past few mornings.

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It will be the beginning of a warming trend.

He said we would be back into the 80s in most areas Sunday afternoon, with temperatures in the upper 70s at the beaches.

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We can also expect more sun and a south breeze, and Waldenberger predicts it will get even warmer on Monday.

If you like the 80s, don’t worry because we will hit them frequently next week until our next chance for widespread rain and storms on Friday.

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