Summer-like temps, humidity return to Central Florida

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Sunday was another hot and dry day for the Central Florida record books.

Central Florida reached summer-like temperatures and humidity has returned.

"It will start acting like summer by producing some occasional afternoon showers and possible thunderstorms," News 6's Danny Treanor said. "Keep an eye on the horizon, and on our News 6 weather/radar app."

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Sunday night will be a bit breezy as temperatures drop to 69 degrees in Orlando, 67 degrees in Palm Bay and 64 degrees in Ocala. East southeast winds could reach up to 15 mph.

The weather will remain the same Monday through Thursday. Heat and returning moisture will allow rain showers, and possible storms, to materialize. Highs on Monday will reach 86 in Orlando and Cocoa, and 82 in Daytona Beach.

"Keep an umbrella handy for the next four days, then get ready for some cool air arriving by Friday." Treanor said.

Temperatures are expected to reach no higher than 75 degrees Friday.