Warm and muggy Saturday, with isolated showers possible

ORLANDO, Fla. — Saturday will see a warm and muggy start to the day and will get warmer as the day goes on.

We will have another day of above-average temperatures that could reach near-record levels.


Highs across Central Florida will reach the low to mid-80s.

Orlando could reach 85 degrees with partly cloudy skies.

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It will be mainly dry with a few isolated showers possible late in the day and this evening.

Overnight conditions will be mild with lows in the mid-60s with areas of fog possible.

We are also tracking our next storm system that will reach us Monday or Tuesday. That system will not only bring a good chance of rain but also bring back cold weather.

By Wednesday, winter temperatures will be back.

Chief meteorologist Tom Terry

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