Heat, humidity for Mother's Day weekend

Fog, smoke blanket Central Florida after prescribed burns

By Troy Bridges - Meteorologist

A few showers move in for Mother's Day as a breezy, humid day heats up for Central Florida on Friday.

As high pressure pushes off to the East, more humid air will work in with southeast winds, said Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges.

It will be breezy and the average high temperature is 87.

Orlando will warm to 92 degrees on Friday afternoon with rain-free conditions.

Rain chances slowly increase to 20 percent for Saturday and for Mother's Day afternoon.

Temperatures heat to 90 both weekend days.

Meanwhile, earlier Friday special weather advisories were issued in Central Florida counties after prescribed burns from the previous day left a mixture of fog and smoke in the air, reducing visibilities on the road.

The National Weather Service issued an advisory for visibility of one-quarter mile or less in some areas. Snow Hill Road and Avenue H just north of Chuluota in Seminole County was closed due to low visibility from smoke and fog, but was reopened just after 8 a.m.

The advisories were issued in Volusia, Seminole, Brevard, Osceola, Lake and Orange counties.

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