ORLANDO, Fla. – Wednesday will be a warm day in Central Florida, but temperatures will soon be dropping.
"A front will approach from the north and stay in north Florida for most of Wednesday," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.
Expect a high of 82 in Orlando, well above the average of 73 for this time of year. The record high is 86, set in 1972.
The high in Orlando on Tuesday was 84, three shy of the record, set in 1948.
"Rain chances will be out of the forecast until the evening," Bridges said. "Expect a 20 percent chance of rain overnight and into the early morning hours as the front moves in."
Thursday's high will be 73.
"Highs will remain in the mid-70s on Friday," Bridges said. "For the weekend, expect warmer air with a south wind. We will warm to 81 on Saturday and 84 on Sunday, with the rain chances returning at 20 percent by the end of the weekend."
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