Temperatures get even hotter in Central Florida

Slight rain chances in Orlando for Mother's Day

By Troy Bridges - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - A hot, dry week in Central Florida gets even hotter on Thursday.

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"High pressure pushes off to the east, allowing a few light winds off the ocean that will increase moisture in the form of a few clouds and more humid air," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.

The high temperature in Orlando will reach 93 degrees, with upper 80s along the coast.

The overnight low will be near 70.

Friday's high will be 91 degrees, with no chance of rain.

"Rain chances return to 20 percent for Saturday and for Mother's Day on Sunday," Bridges said.  "We're staying above the average of 87 degrees for Saturday at 90 and it will be 89 on Sunday."

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