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Some Showers Hanging Around on Sunday

ORLANDO, Fla. — Showers associated with a stalled front will persist through the first part of Sunday, but as the front lifts north, the coverage of rain will diminish. 

It will still be breezy today with highs in the 70s.

A Small Craft Advisory continues for boaters with seas around 7 to 9 feet offshore. 

Winds will be gusty from the east at first, but speeds will diminish by the afternoon. It will be considered poor for using a surfboard with an east-northeast windswell in the nearshore waters. 

Showers associated with a stalled front will persist through the first part of Sunday, but as the front lifts north, the coverage of rain will diminish. It will still be breezy today with highs in the 70s. 

Rain will taper by tonight as lows fall to the low to mid-60s. Warmer southeast winds will take over on Monday, boosting temperatures into the low to mid-80s for a warm start to the work week. 

Rain chances will pick up again by Tuesday as the next cold front lowers down the Peninsula with a decent chance of showers. It will turn cooler briefly behind this system for the middle part of the week, but drier weather will resume through Valentine’s Day. 

Another cold front is slated for Friday with showers resuming, so overall it will be an active week weather-wise for Central Florida.

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