Scorching hot temps continue Saturday in Central Fla.

Lower temps, more rain expected Sunday

ORLANDO, Fla. – Saturday will be a scorcher of a day in Central Florida, but some big changes are expected Sunday.

Central Florida will reach a high of 94 degrees in Orlando Saturday, with only a 30 percent coverage of afternoon showers and thunderstorms.

"Since we won't see much rain throughout the day, temperatures will feel as high as 102-106 degrees," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said.

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Winds will start to pick up from the west southwest by the afternoon to 5 to 15 mph. All of the rain is expected to move out by 7 p.m.

"It's a great day to go to the beach, but make sure you drink plenty of water and take some breaks in the shade," Evans said.

Daytona Beach will reach a high of 94 degrees. The coast will only see a 20 percent coverage of rain. The rip current risk will stay low.

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Overnight temperatures will reach a low of 77 degrees amid cloudy skies.

A front is stalling over Central Florida for Sunday, bringing a 70 percent coverage of rain and thunderstorms for most of the day. Temperatures will stay in the mid- to high 80s.