ORLANDO, Fla. – Big weather changes are on the way to Central Florida thanks to a new front.
"The front will move in by Wednesday, bringing comfortable conditions Wednesday afternoon and virtually no rain," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "Before the front, however, expect rain chances to increase."
There's a 60% chance of rain Monday in Orlando, with a high of 88. The average high on this date is 84. The record high is 93, set in 2006.
Rain chances dip to 30% Tuesday, with a high near 90.
"By Wednesday, the high temperature will be in the low 80s," Bridges said.
With heavy rain from Nestor over the weekend, Orlando stands at a yearly rain deficit of 5.21 inches.
In Daytona Beach, however, there's a yearly rain surplus of10.31 inches.
Currently, there are no active systems in the tropics.
The next named storm will be called Olga.
Hurricane season runs through November.
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