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7:00 AM | *Stalled out front will give us a stretch of unsettled weather*

Paul Dorian

The work week will end on a positive note, but the weather pattern becomes unsettled this weekend and stays quite unsettled for the first half of next week. A frontal system is sliding through the region and will stall out to our south over the weekend. The closeness of this stalled out front will increase chances here for showers and thunderstorms this weekend and that threat will continue early next week. In addition, onshore winds will increase in intensity by early next week gusts to 20 mph likely on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

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7:00 AM | *Overall pattern to become unsettled with approach, passage and then stalling out of frontal system*

Paul Dorian

High pressure pushing off the east coast will generate increasing winds around here later today and tonight and then a cold front will approach tomorrow night and Saturday. This front will increase chances for rain going into the early part of the weekend then it is likely to stall across southern Florida. As a result, our weather may become quite unsettled as we head into the new week with multiple chances for showers.

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7:00 AM | *Generally warm and dry pattern to continue across Florida next few days*

Paul Dorian

An upper-level ridge continues to influence the weather across Florida with generally warm and dry conditions. Temperatures during the next few days will climb to near the 80 degree mark for highs and there should be plenty of sunshine each day. A frontal system will arrive over the weekend and will increase chances for showers and thunderstorms and then it’ll turn slightly cooler at the beginning of next week.

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7:00 AM | A warm week across central Florida with plenty of sunshine

Paul Dorian

An upper-level ridge has set up shop this week over the eastern US and the remainder of the week looks quite nice across central Florida with warmth each day and plenty of sunshine. A frontal system will arrive by the early part of the weekend and will increase chances for showers and thunderstorms for Saturday and then it’ll turn cooler at the beginning of next week.

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7:00 AM | *The lower 80's to start the new work week*

Paul Dorian

An upper-level ridge will set up shop this week over the eastern US and will result in warm weather across the Florida Peninsula and increasing winds for much of the second half of the week. High temperatures should surpass the 80 degree mark this afternoon and hold well up in the 70’s for the remainder of the new week.

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7:00 AM | *Warming trend begins today*

Paul Dorian

The chill of yesterday in central Florida will ease somewhat today and then it’ll turn noticeably warmer on Friday and for the upcoming weekend. Afternoon high temperatures today will climb to near 70 degree mark and then well into the 70’s on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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7:00 AM | *Much cooler today with a chilly wind*

Paul Dorian

The big weather story this week is the widespread Arctic air outbreak across the eastern half of the nation and we’ll chill down quite a bit around here for the next couple of days. Afternoon high temperatures today will struggle to pass the 60 degree mark, but should begin an upward trend on Thursday. In fact, by the end of the work week we’ll be in the low-to-mid 70’s for highs and then not far from 80 degrees each day this weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Cools off noticeably today and even chillier for Wednesday and Thursday*

Paul Dorian

The big weather story this week is the widespread Arctic air outbreak across the eastern half of the nation and we’ll begin a cool down here later today. Afternoon high temperatures will drop some 15 degrees from what we experienced on Monday and turn even cooler for the mid-week. A warming trend will get underway late in the week and we could get back to near the 80 degree mark for highs by the latter half of the weekend.

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