ORLANDO, Fla. -

The heat has taken over again as Central Florida residents wait for rain relief.

The highs have zoomed to low to mid 90s across the interior locations and the upper 80s along the coast, Local 6 Chief Meteorologist Tom Sorrells said.

Thursday night don't look for much in the way of rain, Sorrells said. The low will drop to 75 degrees  with partly cloudy skies.

 The humidity will build, the sea breezes will push in and the storm coverage will hit 40 percent on Friday. Look for the high to be 94 degrees.

Friday night football will be warm with a continued chance of rain delays as the storms decrease after sunset.

On Saturday and Sunday the high will be 93 on both days with a 40 percent chance of rain.

In the tropics, Hurricane Cristobal is still moving NE through the Atlantic and poses no threat to land.