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7:00 AM | *Increasing winds as the week progresses and an increasing chance of showers*

Paul Dorian

A weak cold front will push southward through the region late today and a trough will form aloft going into the mid-week time period. As a result, the pressure gradient will tighten and winds will be on the increase over the next couple of days and the threat for showers will increase. High pressure will edge into the area during the late week and the winds will tend to diminish and the weekend could turn out quite nice.

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7:00 AM | *New week, but same nice weather*

Paul Dorian

The week will start off with a continuation of a nice weather pattern across central Florida as high pressure ridging dominates the eastern seaboard. An upper-level low will drop southeast towards the region by mid-week and bring about cooler conditions and an increasing chance of showers.

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7:00 AM | *One more unsettled day across central Florida*

Paul Dorian

A stalled frontal boundary will remain just south of the area today and result in another day of unsettled weather across central Florida. High pressure off the Mid-Atlantic coastline will combine with the frontal system to help tighten the pressure gradient and generate persistent onshore winds in the area during the 24 hours or so. Drier air should flow southward into the region on Wednesday and for much of the remainder of the week.

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7:00 AM | *Wet and windy pattern not over yet for central Florida*

Paul Dorian

A stalled frontal boundary will remain just south of the area today and result in more unsettled weather for central Florida. High pressure off the Mid-Atlantic coastline will combine with the frontal system to help tighten the pressure gradient and generate persistent onshore winds in the area during the next couple of days. Drier air should flow southward into the region for the second half of the week as high pressure takes control.

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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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