ORLANDO, Fla. – "We have a hot day in store for us in Central Florida," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said.
All inland counties will near the 90s Saturday, and the coast will stay in the low to mid-80s. Orlando will reach a high of 89 degrees with barely any cloud cover and no rain.
Daytona Beach will reach a high of 81 degrees, with the water temperature warming to 70 degrees. Wind will be coming from the west northwest at 5-10 mph, and there will be a moderate rip current risk.
Volusia County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue officials said the beach was closed to driving because of a high tide Saturday afternoon. Officials also said they were flying a red flag, and asked that anyone swimming remain in front of a lifeguard.
Temperatures will reach a low of 62 degrees under a mostly clear sky Saturday night.
Sunday will be about the same. Orlando will reach a high of 88 degrees, with still no chance of rain, and a mostly sunny sky.
Rain chances will not come back into the forecast until Monday at only about 20 percent coverage.