Summer-like heat continues Sunday
ORLANDO, Fla. – The best beach weekend of 2021 continues Sunday with highs surging back into the low 80s along the coast. If your plans take you to the beach, use caution as the rip current risk remains high Sunday and Monday. Future radar for Sunday eveningHighs Monday will continue to hang out well above normal, in the upper 80s. Beach forecast:A high rip current risk remains at the beach Sunday. Here are some tips of what to look out for and how to escape a rip current.
Near-record warmth returns to Central Florida this weekend
ORLANDO, Fla. – This will no doubt be the best beach weekend of 2021 so far weather wise, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. The rip current threat along the east coast beaches will be high through Saturday afternoon. The unseasonably warm air sticks around through Monday before slightly cooler air returns Tuesday behind a cold front. High rip current threat SaturdayThere will be a high rip current threat SaturdayThere will be a high rip current threat at the east coast beaches Saturday. Here are some tips of what to look out for and how to escape a rip current.
Flirting with the 90s: Get ready for hot weather for your weekend plans
By Saturday, temperatures climb into the upper 80s, nearing or exceeding records through Central Florida. Temperatures will near 90 degrees again Sunday afternoon. Air temperatures will hang out in the low 80s with waves of 1-3 feet. AdBeach forecastSaturday and Sunday we can expect high temperatures near records in the upper 80s near 90 degrees. Friday night expect temperatures in the 70s and upper 60s for evening plans.
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Near-record heat sizzles Central Florida Sunday
Orlando, Fla. This heat is a staple in August in Florida, of course, but Sunday well be within a few degrees of breaking records. The best shot to flirt with record heat will be inland. Tropical update:There is a low chance for a new tropical wave to develop over the next five days. This new tropical wave that emerged off of Africa Saturday has a low chance for development according to the National Hurricane Center. The Atlantic remains hostile with a lot of dry air around which makes it more difficult for storms to materialize.
Springing back into Summer! Record heat possible Sunday
All of Central Florida will be in record territory. Scattered storms will develop Monday afternoon along a cold front moving through Central Florida. Even with the rain received Saturday, most of Central Florida remains anywhere from 4-7 inches below normal for the year-to-date. Parts of Central Florida continue to be in a severe drought. 2020 year-to-date rain and departure from normal.