• ‘Hot and steamy' start to the weekend with temps that feel up to 106 across Central Florida

    By: Sarah Wilson , Kassandra Crimi


    A rainy, blustery week across Central Florida will come to a hot and steamy end with temperatures feeling like the triple digits Friday.

    Channel 9 meteorologist Kassandra Crimi said Friday's high temperature is set to clock in at 96 but is expected to feel upwards of 100 to 105 across the greater Orlando area.

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    The forecast calls for only a 10 percent chance of rain, which Crimi said is most likely in the southern sections of Central Florida.

    The sunshine is expected to stick around through the weekend with highs of 94.

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    But as you venture out, be sure to stay safe in the heat. Make sure to stay hydrated and use SPF.


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