Up, down: Brief break from showers before another cold front moves in

Up, down: Brief break from showers before another cold front moves in
The patchy fog broke up shortly after sunrise, and the temperatures will continue to warm to the low 80s, about 10 degrees above average for this time of the year.
Winds from the south will continue to bring warm temperatures overnight, and with clouds increasing, keeping the warmth trapped, low temperatures will only drop to the upper 60s. More clouds could lead to a slight chance for isolated showers to develop overnight. Thick fog will again develop overnight and dissipate shortly after sunrise.
SUNDAY'S RECORD: Melbourne broke its daily rainfall record with .75 inches, beating the old record of .61 inches set in 1983. 
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Tuesday will stay mostly cloudy as we await for a cold front that will knock high temperatures down Wednesday and Thursday to the average. There will be some showers and possibly some isolated storms developing ahead of the cold front Tuesday afternoon. Although severe weather is not expected Tuesday, there could be some isolated storms with developing lightning moving mainly between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. from the southwest to the northeast. The cold front will develop a line of showers late Tuesday night, and the clouds will linger through early Wednesday morning. Wind gusts Wednesday afternoon could reach 20 mph.

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Temperatures on Wednesday morning will be in the upper 50s, and the clouds will dissipate by the afternoon. Highs will reach the low 70s. Thursday morning will be chilly, but under mostly clear skies, the temperature around sunrise will be in the upper 40s across metro Orlando. Cooler temperatures, low to mid-40s in the suburbs, north and west of Orlando The coast will wake up with temperatures in the low 50s. It will remain mostly sunny for most of the day Thursday, with a north-northeasterly wind.    
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