It's the same old, same old in Central Florida.
"We're tracking afternoon storms for the drive home Monday afternoon," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "Rain chances will be at 50 percent as energy and moisture move in from the Gulf of Mexico and the east- and west-coast sea breezes come together, mainly after noon."
The high temperature in Orlando will warm to 93 degrees, with clouds and sun.
Rain chances stick around at 50 percent on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The chance of rain, however, jumps to 60 percent for Thursday and Friday.
"High temperatures stay above the average of 91 degrees -- we're at 94 on Tuesday," Bridges said.
Highs stay in the low to mid-90s through the weekend.
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