• Time to dust off the jackets, chilly blast on the way to Central Florida

    By: Irene Sans


    It's been warm and muggy across the entire Florida Peninsula.


    The showers are affecting parts of Central Florida and will continue to move in form the west.


    A few lightning strikes have been registering on WFTV's Doppler 9.


    Storms are isolated, but widespread rain coverage is in the forecast during the evening hours Monday into early Tuesday. 

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    Thick clouds have kept the atmosphere from warming too much and becoming unstable.


    Although showers will ramp up during the evening, places which had a bit more sunshine during the afternoon will have a higher chance for storms, mainly be across southern Orange, Osceola and Brevard Counties.



    The cold front will push through Central Florida on Tuesday morning, but the drier and cooler air will not arrive until the afternoon.


    The coolest and driest air mass will not be in place until Wednesday afternoon through noon on Thursday.


    The coolest afternoon is forecast to be Wednesday ,with highs in the low to mid-70s.


    The coolest morning will occur Thursday, with temperatures in the low-50s in urban areas and in the mid- to upper 40s in suburbs.




    After the cold front passes, pristine blue skies will dominate through the latter half of the work week, and breezy northerly winds will keep you cool.



    Información en español por nuestra meteoróloga Irene Sans
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