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Hot and dryer Labor Day with spotty storms for some in Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Labor Day is going to be hot and drier for most of Central Florida.

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The average high temperature should reach around 94 degrees on Monday.

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Our area should see a 40% chance of spotty afternoon storms.


It’s going to be sunny and dryer on the coast and looking like a nice day to head to the beach.

A nicer forecast today will lead to higher rain chances later this week.

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Tropical Storm Earl should become a hurricane as it moves closer to Bermuda later this week.

Hurricane Danielle continues to spin in the North Atlantic.

Thankfully, there is no threat to Florida from Earl or Danielle.

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