Isolated coastal storms possible through early evening; warm overnight

Less Saharan dust for Tuesday but still very hot

Isolated coastal storms possible through early evening; warm overnight
Record heat registered in Sanford on June 29.

ORLANDO, Fla. — Temperatures are expected to continue to remain high to begin the workweek across Central Florida. Saharan dust is still present across our area, the microparticles will make the skies hazy and bring mostly stable conditions, but very hot.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • Temperatures reached the mid to upper-90s across much of Central Florida on Monday afternoon.
  • There is the chance for a few isolated storms along the coast by sunset.
  • Storm chance will gradually increase by the end of the week and with a slightly higher chance for showers, temperatures will be less warm.

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Watch your 5-day forecast below:

Less hazy, muggier, still very HOT

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