Drizzly, dreary start to workweek, but 90s just days away

Orlando to reach highs in 90s Thursday through Sunday

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ORLANDO. Fla. – Monday started with a drizzle across Central Florida, but most of the rain will taper off by the afternoon.

Orlando will reach a high near 75 degrees. The average high for this time of year is 79. The record high on this date is 94, set in 1907.

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Overnight lows will be in the low 60s the next couple of days.

We will see drying conditions for the rest of the week, with temperatures reaching the mid-80s Tuesday and the upper 80s Wednesday.

Highs will spike into the low 90s from Thursday through Sunday. Lows will be near 70 degrees.

Orlando has a rain deficit of 3.81 inches in 2021.

Dreary start to workweek, but 90s on the way
Dreary start to workweek, but 90s on the way

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