Ana weakens to a tropical depression, Central Florida could experience record heat this week

ORLANDO, Fla. — Ana has weakened from a tropical storm to a tropical depression and should fall apart soon as it moves even farther away.

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The forecast in Central Florida is mainly dry most of the week, thanks to the high pressure nearby.

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With abundant sunshine, temperatures in the 90s returns to most inland locations Monday and the heat builds through the week. We’re looking at mid-to-upper 90s later this week, hitting near record temps, especially for Leesburg.

Rip currents will be a hazardous again tomorrow and we’ll be watching the threat for brush fires all week.

If the moisture builds back over Florida next weekend, that could give us a chance for rain Sunday and beyond. It’s possible this could kick off our wet season, but we’ll have to wait and see.

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