It will be a nice finish to the week with warm temperatures across Central Florida.
The temperatures have been about the same all week, with highs in the low 90s and lows in the 70s.
But changes are on the way next week. Storms will return to Central Florida by Monday and continue sporadically throughout the week.
“The mornings will be a touch cooler for the next several days. More spots will be waking up to temperatures in the 60s. Subtle changes before we get our bigger fall changes later this month,” certified meteorologist Brian Shields said.
By Sunday, temperatures will begin to drop into the 80s for the highs and to the low 70s, upper 60s in the evening. The afternoon temperature drop will be courtesy of a cold front that will be brushing Florida. This front promises to enhance shower activity, starting Saturday evening into Sunday. It won't be a washout, but at least 40 percent of Central Florida will receive measurable rain. A stronger front will be passing over Central Florida by the middle of next week, which will stir up the atmosphere a bit more, creating instability and producing scattered storms starting Tuesday.
Meanwhile, for the first time since September, the tropics are quiet.
At the beach, the rip current risk is high.
“Beachgoers are urged to be extremely cautious at the coast today and to avoid entering the surf, no matter what skill of swimmer,” according to the National Weather Service. The risk of rip currents continues along our beaches.
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