ORLANDO, Fla. – Highs will hit 90 degrees Tuesday in Central Florida, with a 30% chance of rain, but the big weather news is that a cooldown is on the way.

"A front will bring changes for the next couple of days," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "After rain and a few storms Monday, we will start drying out, especially into Wednesday."

Expect plenty of sunshine Tuesday, leading to a fast warm-up.

The average high in Orlando on this date is 83 degrees. 

Wednesday's high will be 82 in Orlando, with a very slim chance of rain. The overnight low will be near 70.

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Highs Thursday and Friday will reach the mid-80s, but rain chances jump to 50%.

Rain chances will be 30 to 40% over the weekend.

Currently, there are no active systems in the tropics. 

The next named storm will be called Olga.

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Hurricane season runs through November.

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