Summer scorcher: Temperatures rise, scattered storms possible

Summer scorcher: Temperatures rise, scattered storms possible
It will be partly cloudy Wednesday with a 30 percent chance of afternoon storms across Central Florida.
The high temperature will reach 93 degrees.

ORLANDO, Fla. — "Sunscreen day! Burn time is about 15 to 20 minutes. It'll be slightly drier, but still be on the lookout for some storms," Severe Weather Center meteorologist Brian Shields said.

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The evening will bring a low temperature of 75 degrees.
Meanwhile, in the tropics: Tropical Storm Chantal formed in the extreme northern Atlantic (out to sea) - where it will stay. It remains unusually quiet for this time of year, Shields said.
At the beach: According to the National Weather Service, the rip current risk is low. High tide begins at about 12:27 p.m. The evening low tide is at about 6:43 p.m.

The average storm chance for this time of year is between 40 and 50 percent. The below-average rain chance will stay put through the end of the workweek.

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