Rain chances increase in Central Florida

High temperatures to remain in low 90s in Orlando area

By Troy Bridges - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - Rain chances ramp up in Central Florida as high temperatures stay in the low 90s.

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"An area of low pressure near the Bahamas is moving closer to Florida, increasing rain chances for the end of the week in Central Florida," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.  "The east coast sea breeze will set up and bring in rain chances at 40 percent on Wednesday afternoon."

High temperatures will be a little above the average for the end of the workweek.  The average high in Orlando is 91 degrees.

Bridges said rain chances increase to 50 percent from Thursday to Sunday.

The high temperature in Orlando will be at 93 on Wednesday.  A high of 92 is forecast for Thursday through Saturday.

Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Dolly continues to weaken as it moves inland into Mexico.

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