ORLANDO, Fla. — Central Florida will be hot Tuesday with a better chance of seeing scattered afternoon storms.
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After starting in the mid-to-upper 70s in the morning, high temperatures should reach around 92 degrees.
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A front to the north of the state will draw in extra moisture and increase rain chances over the next few days.
Central Florida is forecast to see a 60% chance of afternoon rain and storms Tuesday.
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The rain chances will go up to 70% from Wednesday through Friday.
A strong tropical wave will move toward the Caribbean over the next few days. Slow development is possible.
Tropical Wave Just East of the Caribbeanhttps://t.co/oSYf3LUKay— Brian Shields, WFTV (@BrianWFTV) September 12, 2022
Thankfully, there are no tropical threats to Florida at this time.
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