Afternoon temperatures were on target in Central Florida Monday afternoon in the 80s.
At 4 p.m. the temp at OIA was holding at 81 and a normal high this time of year is 82 degrees.
Central Florida will be clear early and the wind will be very light and from the northeast on Monday night.
Late night be looking for patchy fog to develop. The low will hit 62 in Orlando.
"Tomorrow we get off to a great start. Some areas will have a touch of fog, but the sun will burn most of it away quickly," said Local 6 Chief Meteorologist Tom Sorrells. "As the winds pick up to about 10-15 from the northeast there may be just enough moisture to pop a few light showers."
Sorrells said the rain chance will be at 20 percent and most of those showers will be coastal.
For Halloween and "Trick Or Treat" Thursday it looks warm with a high of 86 degrees.
Rain chances will go up just a bit heading into the weekend.