Warm weekend ahead of cold front brings chilling temperatures to Central Florida | Bot To News

Today’s maxim: 79 degrees
tonight is low: 63 degrees

Rain: Dry

Main weather concerns:
Another morning of patchy dense fog. Take your time on the roads if you go out! Rip currents will once again be a problem along beaches today as favorable tides and increased ocean swell work together to increase the risk. Expect the rip current risk to remain super high through the weekend.

The high risk of rip currents continues today along our coastline. The swell is in the 4-6′ range as the east-northeast swell washes in on the beaches. The risk of rip currents is high at all beaches. Beach side temps are in the mid 70s, water temps are nearing the 70s. There will be increases in surf late this weekend and again late next week so the threat keep going.

Fantastic weather is expected at the theme parks today. Highs will be near 80 with mostly sunny skies. Be sure to apply a good quality sunscreen as a sunburn is possible today.

There are no major changes that run until early next week. High pressure will remain high, which means calmer weather and plenty of sunshine. The highs will still be a bit above average in the upper 70s to the low 80s.

The best chance of rain appears to be next Thursday, December 15, as a front approaches during that time. Behind the front, much cooler air could be on the charts based on the latest forecast models. Watch FOX 35 Storm Team Meteorologist Ian Cassette explain how cold it will be in central Florida in the video above.

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