ORLANDO, Fla. – Warm and humid conditions are expected overnight with lows expected to drop to the mid-70s.
The Fourth of July forecast calls for hot temperatures, heavy rains and barbecue, of course. Highs on Monday will range from 94 degrees inland to 90 degrees at the beaches. Rain chances remain high at 50 percent, however, the trend indicates rain ending in time for fireworks.
Fireworks at Lake Eola Fountain will be broadcast on News 6 Monday night, live followed by Fireworks with the Boston Pops at 10 p.m.
Monday night will see lows in the mid-70s and that will continue for the rest of the week for night temperatures.
A slightly drier pattern is expected Wednesday through Friday when the chance of rain drops to 20 percent. However, temperatures will continue to peak around 95 degrees daily.