Dry, hot day on tap in Central Florida

Low chance of rain in Orlando until Wednesday


ORLANDO, Fla. – It will be a dry, hot start to the workweek in Central Florida.

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"Drier air is moving into Central Florida, leaving to lower rain chances," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.

Rain chances are 10 percent on Monday and 20 percent on Tuesday.

"With dry air in place, temperatures will heat up to 92 degrees for the afternoon high on Monday in Orlando," Bridges said.

On Wednesday, the first day of fall, rain chances increase to 50 percent, with highs in the mid-80s.

Tracking the Tropics

"We're still watching Tropical Storm Ida, which is meandering out in the open Atlantic," Bridges said.  "The storm will never reach land."

Tropical Storm Ida.
Tropical Storm Ida.

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