Orlando weather: Approaching front to keep Central Florida dry this weekend

Tonight's low: 62 degrees | Tomorrow's high: 78 degrees 

Main weather concerns: Our weather remains serene over the next seven days with lows around 63 degrees and highs around 83 degrees. We have a slight chance for a shower Friday night associated with a weak cold front. That front will provide a reinforcing shot of drier air for the weekend, keeping our weather pleasant. 

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It will be a breezy day at the beaches. Winds out of the N at 10-15 mph and gusts up to 20 mph. Skies will feature some afternoon clouds and stay dry all day. The rip current risk is moderate. Surf is in the 1-2' range in a disorganized, jumbled Northerly wind swell.


It is a great day to head to the theme parks. Expect a dry skies and afternoon highs near 78 degrees. Sunshine will prevail each afternoon through Thursday of this week. Enjoy!


Ultimately this time next week, humidity levels rise as warmer weather builds back into the region, for an above-normal Halloween. We're likely to see temperatures back in the upper 80s with lows in the mid/upper 60s as we head into the end of October. Rain chances look to cap off in the 20% range during this time. Rain chances fall off Friday evening behind the departing front. 


This means dry air slides back into the region for the coming weekend. Local highs will hit in the upper 70s this weekend with breezy conditions. Lows will briefly return to the upper 50s by Sunday morning. 


In the tropics, Tammy forms, but is expected to remain weak throughout its lifetime and curving away from Florida before coming close, due to a cold front pulling it away. The system is expected to bring flooding rains to the northern Windward and Leeward Islands, as well as the Virgin Islands and potentially Puerto Rico. It'll curve before reaching the DR and Turks.