ORLANDO, Fla. — The clouds are finally clearing after a day of record rainfall in portions of Central Florida.
Showers on Sunday brought a record of over 3 inches of rain to Brevard County, with all of Central Florida reporting at least an inch of rain.
Cool temperatures are forecast to stick around on Monday as the skies clear.
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The high on Monday is only forecast to hit 61, with lows overnight dipping down to the 40s. But the coldest weather of the week is set to blow into Central Florida on Wednesday when high temperatures won't make it out of the 50s.
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