Orlando weather: Enjoy sunny week before cold front arrives in Central Florida

A brief rain shower will pass through north-central Florida before 10 p.m. Otherwise, it will be partly cloudy and comfortable overnight. Some fog is possible along I-75.

Thursday will be a blend of clouds and sun with warmer air.

BEACH FORECAST: Moderate to high rip current risk with 1–3 feet of surf. This week, there will be high tides in the midday hours and low tides in the mid-evenings. Beware beachgoers and spring breakers!

THEME PARK FORECAST: Hats and sunglasses are needed as temperatures will rise through the weekend. Humidity will not reach "that" high but will slowly creep up this weekend.

LOOKING AHEAD: It will be partly to mostly sunny from Thursday to Sunday, with high pressure over South Florida and the Caribbean. This weekend, highs will be near 90 in inland areas, with lows to mid-80s along the beaches. 

Some showers and storms are probable on Monday, with a significant cold front that will move across the state. It does not look too heavy, and activity will be scattered in the second half of the day. 

Stay tuned as we get closer in case that front and rain chances ramp up or down. It will be clearing with gusty NW winds next Tuesday and Wednesday and much cooler air. Highs will be near 70 on Tuesday and in the lower 70s next Wednesday. 

Wednesday morning will be the coldest air of the week, with morning lows in the low 50s around Orlando and some 40s likely from The Villages to Gainesville. Frost appears unlikely in these areas at this point.