ORLANDO, Fla. — Temperatures reached the mid-80s on Wednesday across Central Florida. For tonight, the weather will continue to be nice, with in the low 70s and rural areas dropping to the upper 60s.
Temperatures and humidity are on the rise starting on Thursday. Highs will reach the upper 80s on Thursday and it will feel a bit muggier.
By Friday the temperatures will hit the low 90s and moisture will increase the chance for showers, mainly south of Orlando.
There are no tropical threats to Central Florida at this time.
TROPICAL MOISTURE WILL TRAVEL BACK TO FLORIDA
Tropical moisture will be moved back to Central Florida this next weekend. A warm front will push this moisture and ramp up the rain chances starting Friday.
Eye on the tropics: Tropical break! No systems to form within 5 days in Atlantic Basin
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