Central Florida feels the heat as rain chances diminish

Orlando to see highs in 90s

ORLANDO, Fla. – Rain chances are down, and the heat is turned up.

"There's next to no rain expected Friday in Central Florida and that will allow the sun to push the temperature into the 90s," News 6's Danny Treanor said.

Tropical Storm Cindy, which dissipated on Thursday, has drawn away some moisture from the Orlando area and drier air has moved in, reducing the chance of rain through Saturday.  

Rain chances start bouncing back by Sunday at 50 percent.

Highs on Friday will range from 93 in Orlando and Ocala to 91 in Palm Bay.

Lows will hit 76 in Melbourne and Orlando to 75 in Daytona Beach.

Next week, rain chances jump back to 60-70 percent.

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