Rain chances go up Tuesday as stalled front lingers over Central Florida

Orlando, Fla. — Rain chances will increase Tuesday as an old front remains stalled out over Central Florida.


Our area will be cloudy and cool with coastal showers in the morning.

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Central Florida will have a 60% chance of seeing spotty showers.

Tuesday should be a bit warmer than Monday and the highest temperature in Orlando should reach around 74 degrees.

Some lingering showers will stick around until Wednesday morning.

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Things are looking nice on Thanksgiving with a mix of sun and clouds.

On Thanksgiving, there is a 20% chance of rain and temperatures in the upper 70s.

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