LIVE RADAR: More rain hits Central Florida before BIG cooldown

Orlando warming near 90 ahead of new front

ORLANDO, Fla. – We are pinpointing changes to the Central Florida forecast, with rain chances sticking around the next three days and high temperatures near 90 before a big cooldown.

Expect a high of 87 Thursday in Orlando on Thursday and Friday, with rain chances up to 70% on Thursday, 50% on Friday and 70% on Saturday.

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By Sunday, the rain is over and much cooler air builds in as we spring forward.

Expect a high of 64 on Sunday. Highs will be in the 70s for the start of next week.

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Don’t forget to set the clock ahead one hour before bed Saturday night.

On Wednesday, Orlando recorded a high temperature of 86, above the normal high of 78 for this time of year.

The record high in Orlando on this date is 90, set in 1918.

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