Storms forecast for afternoon drive time in Central Florida

'Feels like' temperature in Orlando to reach 100 degrees

By Troy Bridges - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - You guessed it -- more storms are forecast to hit Central Florida on Tuesday.

"The storms will move in from west to east, mainly after 3 o'clock," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.  "Some storms will be strong, with winds up to 60 mile per hour."

Rain chances stand at 50 percent Tuesday, and the high temperature will reach 93 degrees.

"It will feel like 100 degrees, however," Bridges said.

Rain chances will be 50 percent on Wednesday.  

"There's a 40 percent chance on Thursday as we get into a more typical summer-like pattern into the weekend," Bridges said.

The highs will be above average in the low and mid-90s through next week.

The average high temperature for Orlando is 92 degrees.

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