ORLANDO, Fla. — After starting out dry, Tuesday will bring another chance for storms.
Afternoon rain chances will be at around 50% in Central Florida, with a high temperature of 92 degrees.
Expect similar rain chances and heat on Wednesday.
Meteorologist Brian Shields says we’ll settle into a drier and hotter pattern later in the week, with highs in the middle 90s.
The drier weather will be thanks in part to Saharan Dust moving into the region.
Looking toward the tropics, Shields says there is no significant tropical activity to report at this time.
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