It’s going to be a cloudy day across most of Central Florida but fairly dry with warmer temperatures expected during the week into Thanksgiving.
“Overnight tonight, clouds continue to build across the area,” said Spectrum News 13 meteorologist Zach Covey. “As the winds begin to shift out of the almost due East, the moisture will once again return setting up for what could be a pretty rainy Tuesday and the first half of our Wednesday.”
Highs Monday should climb to 75 after the weekend chill with temperatures climbing to a sunny 80 across the region by Thursday before another temperature drop into the highs of the low 70s by the weekend.
Rain chances for Monday are at 20% climbing to 60% on Tuesday.