Warm day, late night storms ahead in Central Florida

News 6 is pinpointing rain chances into the late afternoon and early evening for Central Florida on Monday.

"Those chances for rain will be minimal at 30 percent mainly late in the afternoon," said News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges.

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The morning will start out cool in the mid 50s on Monday.

"Light jackets in order for Presidents' Day Monday to start and then a big warm up through the afternoon as temperatures reach the upper 70s," Bridges said.

There is a chance for a few patches of fog mainly north and west of I-4 early Monday.

"A few thunderstorms could be severe overnight in the very early morning hours on Tuesday," Bridges said.

Afternoon high temperatures will be above average in the upper 70s near 80 both Monday and Tuesday.

Rain chances are out of the picture for the most part Wednesday through the weekend with highs in the low and mid 70s.

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