ORLANDO, Fla. – Wednesday started with showers in parts of Central Florida.
Rain fell along Central Florida's east coast and into Seminole County, but it cleared by rush hour.
In Orlando, the chance of rain is at 30 percent, a drop from the past several days. The high temperature will reach 93 degrees.
"By noon, the best chance of rain will be east of I-4," Local 6 meteorologist Julie Broughton said. "Later in the day, the few showers will track to the west."
Rain chances remain at 30 percent through Friday.
Highs will be in the low 90s, and overnight lows will be near 74 degrees.
Rain chances increase for the weekend, however.
"Tropical moisture tracks to our south this weekend, increasing the chance of rain to 50 percent for Saturday and Sunday," Broughton said.
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