It looks like we may see some more seasonable temperatures returning to Central Florida on Thursday, but take a jacket if you are going out.
- Thursday to see high at 72 degrees
- Warmer stretch ahead
- Not much rain on the way
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More sunshine is in store for Thursday as temperatures start to climb back to seasonable levels in the low 70s.
A west-southwesterly wind will develop, and may be a bit breezy at times. Expect fair skies to follow tonight; lows will not be as chilly as recent nights, dropping to the low to mid-50s.
Warmer temperatures will follow Friday as the next front approaches but gets hung up to the north. This will send in extra clouds and perhaps a few minor showers, but models have backed off the rain chances with this one.
Warmer-than-average temperatures will continue into the weekend with highs in the mid- to upper 70s.
Improving conditions will be on hand for boaters on Thursday with lighter winds from the southwest.
A fading north wind swell is projected for the nearshore waters, not offering much wave activity for those wanting to take the surfboard out.
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