ORLANDO, Fla. – Hopefully you enjoyed the break from the heat because it is coming back with a vengeance.
The weekend will serve as the transition period between the relatively comfortable days of last week and the sultry days to come. Highs Saturday top out around 90 degrees. A few showers and storms develop with the heating of the day, but most of Central Florida remains dry.
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Highs Sunday top out around 90 degrees as well with just a few storms. While the Atlantic has settled down from earlier in the week, be mindful of a moderate rip current risk at the east coast beaches.
Most of the week ahead is dry with the exception of a few storms bubbling up. Highs climb into the low-to-mid 90s through Tuesday with mid-to-upper 90s returning for the middle and latter stages of the upcoming work week.