After strong storms ripped through Central Florida, skies will clear through Thursday, although it will be cooler and very breezy.
"Sunshine breaks out into the afternoon as temperatures hover in the low and mid-60s," said Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges, who added that winds will gust near 30 mph.
After a morning drizzle, rain chances stay out of the picture for the next seven days.
The high on Valentine's Day will be near 70 degrees.
Temperatures warm into the mid-70s for the weekend, with mostly sunny skies.
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