Sunny day to send temperatures into low 90s in Central Florida

Rain chances ramp up to 30% later in week

ORLANDO, Fla. – Highs will again reach the low 90s in Central Florida.

Orlando is forecast to see a high of 92 Tuesday, with a 10% chance of rain.

"That weak front we were pinpointing Monday continues to sag to the south of Central Florida," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "We will be mostly dry Tuesday and Wednesday as high pressure builds in behind the front."

Expect a moderate risk of rip currents over the next couple of days at area beaches.

Highs will hover near 90 for the rest of the week.

Rain chances jump to 30% for Thursday through Mother's Day.

Overnight lows will be near 70.

"We will begin to see some sea breeze action next week," Bridges said.

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