The familiar hot, humid weather has returned to Central Florida.
Channel 9 meteorologist Rusty McCranie said Tuesday is forecast to get off to a warm and humid start, which will turn into a hot and muggy afternoon.
The afternoon high is forecast to hit 95 with a 30 percent chance of rain blowing in the afternoon.
McCranie said some of those storms could dump heavy rain and lightning.
Rain chances are only going up as the week goes along.
Triple digit heat index! Scattered storms start to develop, more coming throughout the afternoon. Shower activity ceases after 6pm. Stay hydrated, take breaks of you’re working outdoors. Check on the temps in your city here: https://t.co/vMLlQ9kP7r pic.twitter.com/iU7ogj1AFO— Irene Sans (@IreneSans) June 4, 2019
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