Warm temperatures continue overnight, patchy fog; near-record heat Tuesday

Warm temperatures continue overnight, patchy fog; near-record heat Tuesday
Warm, humid and foggy overnight

ORLANDO, Fla. — The warm and muggy conditions will stay for the evening across Central Florida. The official high temperature was 83 degrees at OIA, 76 degrees in Daytona Beach and 79 degrees in Melbourne. Expect even warmer temperatures on Tuesday afternoon.

Here’s what you should expect for your weather starting Monday evening:

  • Humid and warm evening, low temperatures in the mid to upper-60s.
  • Another round of patchy fog may develop overnight until shortly after sunrise. Please use your low beams, as high beams reflect more light and block visibility further.
  • Wind will relax, and stay mainly from the south-southeast Tuesday.
  • Highs on Tuesday could be near record hot. Highs in the mid to upper-80s and a very low chance for a brief passing shower, especially in the late afternoon hours.


Catch up on your 5-day forecast:

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