What happened to spring? Highs near 90 in Central Florida
Storms possible this week
ORLANDO, Fla. – Monday is off to a foggy start in Central Florida, but some sunshine should bring some relief.
The patchy, dense fog should burn off by 9 a.m., according to News 6 meteorologist Candace Campos.
"Sunny skies and southeasterly winds will pump in the heat and humidity today, with highs nearing 90 degrees," Campos said.
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Monday afternoon, summer-like sea breeze storms will fire up inland and make their way toward the east coast. Storm coverage sits at 50 percent starting at 4 p.m.
Rain coverage increases Tuesday to 70 percent as a weak front tracks across Central Florida.
Isolated strong to severe storms will be possible by Tuesday afternoon.
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"Strong steering winds will cause some strong storms to produce strong gusty winds, along with some large hail," Campos said.
Don't expect a drastic cool down any time soon. Highs will stay in the mid-80s throughout the rest of this week, according to Campos.
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