ORLANDO, Fla. — Tuesday afternoon held a mix of sun and clouds as temperatures once again climbed into the 80s.

Leesburg even broke the record with a high of 83 degrees. We did have a few spotty showers develop, but most remained dry. This stagnant weather pattern sticks around the next couple of days before big changes move in this weekend.

Partly cloudy skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Temperatures will fall into the mid to low 60s with the potential for areas of fog as we head toward daybreak. The fog could be thick in spots, reducing visibility to less than a quarter mile.

Once the fog burns off around mid-morning Wednesday, expect partly sunny skies as we head into the afternoon. We’ll see another day where high temperatures will threaten old records as they climb into the 80s.

A slight chance for showers remains the next few days. High pressure will start to move away and break down by Friday, allowing a weak front to drop south. Temperatures will drop into the 70s this weekend.

A stronger front will move through Sunday and knock temperatures down even more. Highs early next work week will only reach the mid to upper 60s with overnight lows in the 40s.

Beach and Surf Conditions

Grab a board and get ready for a decent round of surf Wednesday morning. We’ll kick things off with fair conditions thanks to wave heights around chest to head high and east to east-southeast swells.

Ocean conditions and tides combine to give us a moderate threat of rip currents.

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