Orlando Weather Forecast: Rain moves out as temperatures plunge across Central Florida

Tonight's low: 52 degrees | Tomorrow's high: 70 degrees 

 Main weather concerns: Orlando and Central Florida will see things start to dry out as we move into the overnight hours. Showers and thunderstorms have shifted south as a cold front continues to push through the state, bringing with it cooler temperatures.


BEACHES: While Tuesday will bring sunny skies, it will also be cool and breezy along the coast. Due to a system in the Atlantic there will be a large swell again that will bring a HIGH rip current risk. It is not recommended to enter the surf during this time.

THEME PARKS: It will be a great day at the parks but bring a jacket or hoodie if you plan to stay after sundown as temperatures will drop into the 50s.


Our latest front will push south this evening bringing the arrival of cooler weather. Afternoon highs will be in the 60s and 70s Tuesday through Thursday and lows back in the 40s and 50s. 

Dry weather returns for the rest of the week. Our next best chance for rain is this weekend with 50% coverage on Saturday. Depend on the FOX 35 Storm team.