ABOVE: Position of front at 8AM this morning, Sunday. This boundary will glide slowly southward through noon time yet remain across Central Florida through noon time. During this time frame the front appears will begin to 'frag-mate' with one portion remaining across Central with the other portion sliding southward, especially after 1pm.
The driest of air will be working southward from North Florida but never reach the current frontal position until nearly sunset along the east coast, but sooner toward the interior and west side of the state (lower dewpoint temperatures)...
Further south along and ahead of the primary boundary there is a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms , but mainly showers. Cloud cover could linger toward central (party cloudy) until after sunset to varying degrees due to continued mid-level moisture overhead this area.
Wind today behind the front will be from the WNW-W and gradually weaken and shift more toward the NW after dark becoming very light toward early Monday sunrise time. Stellar weather on Monday.
Winds then become a bit breezy Tuesday from the east with a period of cloudiness and the possibility of showers (although timing of this 'possibility if even that' remains only somewhat sketchy as a second boundary of 'moisture convergence' swings through the south half of the state accompanied by the stronger winds for this day only.
After Tuesday, the remainder of the week appears will remain uneventful and quite pleasant with highs in the lower 80Fs and upper 70Fs near the east coast. Coolest east coast morning will be Monday with the NW winds, but once those swing to onshore heading into Tuesday it is back to status quo temperatures other than where clouds could be more prevalent on Tuesday.