Good news: It won’t feel like 105 degrees on Wednesday like it did on Tuesday. Bad news: It’ll still feel like 103 instead.
Channel 9 meteorologist Briand Shields said the scorching heat is forecast to stick around on Wednesday with a high of 96 that’ll feel like 103.
“The heat goes on,” Shields said.
Sunny skies are expected to stick around with no chance of rain until the weekend.
Shields said highs of 96 will continue throughout the workweek with near-record heat in some parts of Central Florida.
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Heat will again be the big story this afternoon.— Rusty McCranie (@RMcCranieWFTV) May 29, 2019
These are the max feels like temps today, with many areas above 100 degrees. pic.twitter.com/n6Drxrrekz
Have a great day Central Florida. pic.twitter.com/mgszpMLyaG— Jamie Holmes (@JHolmesWFTV) May 29, 2019
Today will be very hot.— Brian Shields (@BShieldsWFTV) May 29, 2019
Triple digit heat continues: Temps across Central #Florida to feel like 103 Wednesday 🌡️ | 📺 Watch #WFTV Channel 9 NOW for the latest forecast: https://t.co/SYYBFZ0j8T— WFTV Channel 9 (@WFTV) May 29, 2019
🌞 Read more: https://t.co/5rsTWCrbfE @BShieldsWFTV @NAlvarezWFTV @JHolmesWFTV @RAsaWFTV pic.twitter.com/P626RMIbdY
The heat beat goes on! See you on 9... pic.twitter.com/VBofOgPCoq— Brian Shields (@BShieldsWFTV) May 29, 2019
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