ORLANDO, Fla. — Central Floridians can expect a warm and humid day, with a few scattered afternoon showers.
Half an inch of rain could be possible in some areas, but most areas will stay rather dry, as only about 30% of Central Florida should receive measurable rain.
Temperatures will heat up to the low 90s.
A weak front is on its way to Central Florida. The front will drop temperatures to the mid-80s next week and the humidity too! It will feel very nice, with breezy conditions.
In the tropics, there are no threats for Central Florida.
Hurricane Teddy will stay out over the Atlantic likely affecting the Bermudas early next week. A disturbance in the Gulf developed Thursday. Early computer models show the system moving very slow.
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