Warm week continues in Central Florida
Rain chances remain at 30 percent in Orlando
ORLANDO, Fla. – A warm spell continues to cast its magic over Central Florida.
High temperatures in the Orlando area will again reach the mid-80s, although there's a chance of rain.
"We're starting off mild with a little fog for Wednesday morning," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.
After the fog burns off, temperatures will start to soar.
"After setting a new record in Daytona Beach at 85 degrees on Tuesday -- the old record was 84 set back in 1974 -- temperatures will stay above average all week in the mid-80s," Bridges said.
The average high is 77 degrees.
Rain chances will be at 30 percent through the end of the week.
"A new front brings a cooldown back to the mid-70s for Monday," Bridges said.
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