ORLANDO, Fla. — After three cloudy and wet days across Central Florida, weather conditions will gradually improve Saturday morning for much of the area. The coastal areas will stay cloudy and seas will be dangerous.
- After a soggy and cool Friday, the front continues to move toward South Florida. The clouds will linger for a bit longer, staying put overnight. The wind will pick up and temperatures will drop to the mi-50s across Metro Orlando, and cooler in rural areas.
- Saturday: Brrr! We'll be waking up to cloudy skies. Expect clouds to gradually dissipate during the late morning, but stay hugging the east coastal counties. Highs will only reach 65 and sunny skies in the afternoon. The wind will be strong from the northwest. Small craft should exercise caution, seas will be rough. There is also a high risk of rip currents.
- Sunday: The cool air continues with lows dipping all the way down to 51. The forecast has temperatures warming up slightly with a high of 69 and no chance of rain.
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