Temperatures in the 90s to continue in Central Florida

Temps could hit 95 in Orlando on Wednesday

Temperatures will hit the 90s again on Wednesday.
Temperatures will hit the 90s again on Wednesday. (WKMG)

ORLANDO, Fla. – The weather in Central Florida continues to feel more like early summer than spring.

Monday Central Florida hit a high of 94 degrees in Orlando.

On Tuesday, it was 93 and Wednesday looks like 95 degrees.

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The normal high this time of year is supposed to be 87.

There is a break coming, but not until Thursday.

Tuesday night, we will drop to a low of 72 degrees in Orlando. There will be scattered showers on the west coast sea breeze as it collides with the east coast sea breeze. This action will fill in the east of Orlando, and the showers will move back toward the communities in Volusia and Brevard counties.

The showers will not be a wild as the action on Monday night.

For Wednesday, look for more of the same. The high tomorrow is set to hit 95 degrees in Orlando. The rain chances on the sea breeze are set at 30%. Most of them will again be east of Orlando and move toward the east coast.

On Thursday, the high is going to max out near 90 degrees, not in the mid-90s. The reason for the drop will be the arrival of a cold front. This front will produce showers and thunderstorms. The chance of seeing rain is holding at 60% on Thursday.

On Friday the heatwave will be broken as the high makes it back to only 86 degrees under a sunny sky.


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