Heat returns to Central Florida, rain chances to make a comeback

Temps could hit 90 on Friday

The heat is returning to Central Florida and rain chances are set to make a comeback.
The heat is returning to Central Florida and rain chances are set to make a comeback. (WKMG)

ORLANDO, Fla. – The heat is returning to Central Florida and rain chances are set to make a comeback.

Wednesday night, look for a few clouds and a nice evening. The low in Orlando will drop to 66 degrees.

Thursday, the mix of sun and clouds will continue. Wind will veer to more of a southwest flow.

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This wind support will push the daytime highs into the upper 80s across most of Central Florida.

Central Florida will remain dry and will get very warm on Thursday.

By Friday, look for the daytime high to jump to 90 degrees.

A cold front will approach the area on Saturday. This will result in some shower chances making a return.

The high on Saturday will still be in the upper 80s, but Central Florida will have a 20% chance of rain.

The last three weekends have been rocked with heavy rain, lightning, and severe weather. This weekend does not look like that.

The showers this time will be much more widely scattered and not nearly as strong.

Even with the rain chances on Sunday jumping to 30%, Central Floridians should not be changing many plans.

This will not be the “washout” that the last few have been.


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