ORLANDO, Fla. – Central Florida will see a warm, windy Wednesday.
"We will be pinpointing much less fog on hump day than Tuesday morning," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "Winds will kick up just enough that the fog will be held at bay."
Breezes will kick up to 20 mph in the afternoon, and rain chances will be at 20 percent as a little bit more moisture works in with south winds.
The afternoon high temperature in Orlando will be 84 degrees. The record high on this date is 86, set in 2014.
"Rain chances will increase Thursday as a new front moves in, with a few strong thunderstorms possible at 60 percent," Bridges said.
Highs will be in the upper 70s Thursday but drop into the mid-60s on Friday.
"Super Bowl Sunday will be a little, wet with a 40 percent coverage of showers and storms," Bridges said. "The high will be 63 degrees."