Florida Forecast: Warmup Ahead Followed By Rain Chances
ORLANDO, Fla. – From sunshine to coastal breezes to clouds and rain, to strong thunderstorms, lightning, hail, tornadoes and hurricanes, Orlando and Central Florida has the chance to see it all.
Whether you live in Florida all year or are visiting from somewhere else, here is a look at your daily weather forecast from FOX 35s meteorologists.
Weather Forecast: April 10, 2022
FOX 35 meteorologist Allison Gargaro has a look at the daily weather forecast for Orlando, as well as a look at what to expect for the week ahead.
WHAT IS THE WEATHER FORECAST FOR TODAY AROUND ORLANDO?
Tonights forecast low: in the low-50sTomorrows forecast high: 82 degrees Main weather threats: None its going to be sunny with clear skies. A bit breezy, ESE 10-15 mph.
It is going to be a clear & seasonal Monday. Skies will remain sunny and dry with temperatures right on track with normal for this time of year. Even though it will be a chilly start at the beach, the UV index remains high, so don’t forget sunscreen.
WHAT IS THE WEATHER FORECAST FOR WALT DISNEY WORLD, UNIVERSAL, AND SEAWORLD?
It is a great day to head to the theme parks. If you are going early, don’t forget your jacket. Skies will be sunny, so it will feel nice in the sun. As always, stay hydrated and don’t forget sunscreen.
WHAT IS THE WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE BEACHES IN FLORIDA?
If youre headed towards the Atlantic Coast, expect light winds, clear skies and a moderate risk of rip currents.
Severe Weather Chances For Florida
While the major storm produced widespread severe weather across the Southeastern United States, it does not appear that Florida will see any widespread severe weather. While any thunderstorm can produce gusty winds, frequent lightning, and heavy downpours, the isolated thunderstorms that would develop Friday are expected to remain below severe criteria.
The image above from the Storms Prediction Center supports my thinking of just general thunderstorms across Florida and not severe weather.
Day Weather Walt Disney World
This chart shows the 14 day weather trend for Walt Disney World with daily weather symbols, minimum and maximum temperatures, precipitation amount and probability.
- The deviance is coloured within the temperature graph. The stronger the ups and downs, the more uncertain the forecast will be. The thick line represents the most probable trend.
- Variation in precipitation is represented as a T. These uncertainties usually increase with the number of forecasts days ahead.
- The forecast is created with ensemble models. Several model runs with varying start parameter are calculated to estimate the predictability of the forecast more precisely.
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Record Heat In Spots Ahead Of A Cool Down Here’s More
Record heat in December? Sure. Why not, right? Leesburg and Daytona Beach both have new heat records today, while the rest of central Florida stayed shy of record heat by 1-2 degrees. High pressure providing a southerly wind that helped pump in warm and muggy conditions. This is all ahead of a cold front currently moving through the panhandle. That front will arrive late tonight. Ahead of it expect showers and a few thunderstorms overnight and clearing by early tomorrow morning. Then cooler air arrives and sticks around for a few days.
Dont Be Afraid Of The Rain
Of course, we dont recommend dancing around out in the open during a thunderstorm, but you can still enjoy a dip in the pool during a light rain shower! Our point is, dont throw away a perfectly good day in Disney World just because of the rain. Make the most of it even rain can be fun!
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Timing Out The Arrival Of Showers And Thunderstorms Here’s A Detailed Look At What To Expect
Pinpointing the arrival of the showers and thunderstorms associated with a cold front that will roll on by overnight. This will be a line of rain with a chance to see an isolated strong thunderstorm over northwest and central Marion as well as western Flagler counties. The rain will arrive and then exit as quickly as it rolled in. By 4 in the morning Marion and areas west of Orlando will be clearing. Areas to the east to southeast will be the last to see the rain leave, but most of the showers will be done by 8 a.m. Behind the front cold air moves in quickly so be ready with jackets as you head out and about tomorrow morning. It will be windy adding to the chill in the air and highs only in the low to mid 60s for the afternoon.