ORLANDO, Fla. -

Rain chances will be low Monday in Central Florida, but it will be a scorcher.

"Southwest winds will bring the west coast sea breeze inland, with a few isolated storms Monday afternoon," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.  "Rain chances will only be at 20 percent."

Temperatures, however, will heat quickly to 96 degrees, but it will feel like 105 at times.

Rain chances return to 50 percent on Tuesday, with a high of 95 degrees.

Meanwhile, a new area of low pressure will get more organized in the next few days in the Atlantic.  The low pressure center is still southwest of the Cape Verde Islands.

"As it moves west, it will have more moist air to work with," Bridges said.  "The hurricane center says there's a 70 percent chance for development in the next five days."