Central Florida remains mostly gray, with a few showers, into Thanksgiving

Central Florida remains mostly gray, with a few showers, into Thanksgiving
Central Florida remains mostly gray, with a few showers, into Thanksgiving

ORLANDO, Florida. “Where did all the sun go?”

Thanksgiving Day, like Wednesday, will provide another chance for a few cloud breaks, but for most of the day the clouds will be winning the battle in central Florida.

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With the breeze continuing off the Atlantic, there will also be some showers. Showers begin along the coast for the first half of the day and gradually push inland in the afternoon and evening.

Thanksgiving Day, like Wednesday, will provide another chance for a few cloud breaks, but for most of the day the clouds will be winning the battle in central Florida.

There will be a 40% chance of rain on Thanksgiving Day.

Even with the clouds, it will be warm with highs rising into the upper 70s and lower 80s.

Other than a stray downpour on Black Friday and Saturday, the weather will be mostly cloudy and warm with highs in the 80s.

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The chance of rain increases again on Sunday as a cold front approaches. There will be a 30% chance of rain under mostly cloudy skies to end the extended holiday weekend.

The sun is finally starting to rise as drier air moves in behind the front on Monday. More seasonal temperatures in the mid-70s will return Monday afternoon before gradually warming by the middle of next week.

Tropics Update:

Nothing is brewing and no new developments are expected over the next five days. Hurricane season ends on December 1.

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. central Florida rest mostly gray with some showers Thanksgiving

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