ORLANDO, Fla. -

Highs in the 90s will remain in the Central Florida forecast all week -- and, perhaps, for the next several months -- as the unofficial start to summer arrives.

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Monday's high will be 92 degrees in Orlando, but the "feels like" temperature will be in the upper 90s.

"We're tracking a few sea breeze storms into the afternoon on Memorial Day," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.  "Rain chances will be at 20 percent from noon into late afternoon, with sun and clouds."

The overnight low will be in the low 70s.

The high on Tuesday will again hit 92 degrees, with rain chances increasing to 30 percent.

"Rain chances increase to 40 percent for Wednesday into Friday," Bridges said.

High temperatures from Wednesday through Sunday will be around 90 degrees.

The rip current threat will be high at Central Florida beaches.  Lifeguards made more than 100 rescues off Volusia County over the weekend.