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Rain chances decrease, temperatures stay hot Monday in Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Central Florida will have a break from the storms for the first half of the week, but things will change.

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Our area will be partly cloudy and hot overall, with only a 20% chance of seeing a pop-up storm Monday afternoon.

The high temperature in Orlando should also reach around 90 degrees Monday afternoon.

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Our forecast is looking to be about the same for Tuesday.

Rain and storm chances will start to pick up on Wednesday and be around 50% for the last half of the week.

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