CENTRAL FLORIDA -- It was a warm start to the work week, with lower coverage of showers and storms across the area. 

We’ll see mostly quiet conditions overnight with partly cloudy skies. Overnight lows will be in the low to mid 70s.

A hot and humid pattern continues for Tuesday as temperatures will climb into the low 90s. Rain chances will stay slightly lower as drier air slips through the atmosphere.

Even though the dry air will lower rain chances, any developing storms could produce frequent lightning, torrential rain, and strong wind gusts.

The temperatures for Wednesday will stick in the lower 90s with rain chances staying slightly lower at 40 percent.

As we get closer to the end of the week, Thursday will be a copy and paste of Wednesday with rain chances remaining at 40 percent.

The highs for Thursday will continue to be hot and humid with highs in the low 90s and feel-like temperatures hovering close to the 100s.

A wet weekend will be in store as rain chances remain at 50 percent, so make sure you have a backup plan when you hear thunder roar to go indoors.

With the increase chance of rain, highs for the weekend will drop closer to seasonal average.

The surfcast continues to stay poor as a minor trade swell is still in place. The UV index remains high for tomorrow, so make you pack and reapply sunscreen.

Tropical Update

In the tropics, no development is expected in the next five days.

Hurricane Season continues through Nov. 30.

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