ORLANDO, Fla. — Chilly mornings and sunny days are forecast to continue across Central Florida the first half of this week as below-average temperatures stick around.
- After a picture-perfect Tuesday afternoon, it will be a clear, very cold night across Central Florida. Overnight, temperatures are forecast to dip back down to the uuper-40s across Metro Orlando and low-50s south of Orlando. Rural areas to the north and west of Orlando should drop to the mid to upper-40s by sunset.
- High temperatures will be on a warming trend for the rest of the week, and should touch 81 degrees by Friday.
- Sunny skies are forecast to stick around with no chance of rain until Saturday, when another cool front is forecast to blow through, dropping high temperatures on Sunday back into the low 70s.
- Along the coast, we continue to have a high risk of rip currents. Watch the daily one-minute weather forecast below for more details.
EYE ON THE TROPICS
Tropical Storm Sebastien forms north of the Lesser Antilles. It is expected to move slowly northward during the next two days before dissipating. It does not represent a threat to the U.S. or any territory.
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