ORLANDO, Fla. -

More storms are likely in parts of Central Florida on Wednesday after temperatures skyrocket to a "feels like" reading of 100 degrees.

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The normal high is 91 for Orlando, but Wednesday's high temperature will reach 94.  With humidity factored in, however, it will feel like it's 100 degrees.

"We'll be tracking the sea breeze storms for the afternoon," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.  "Some storms will be strong into the early evening hours across Central Florida."

The coverage of rain will be at 30 percent.

Rain chances will be at 40 percent on Thursday and 60 percent on Friday.

High temperatures will be in the low to mid-90s into the weekend, with rain chances at 50 percent on Saturday and 40 percent on Sunday.