CENTRAL FLORIDA --  Rain chances drop on Tuesday as drier air moves into Central Florida. A stray shower is still possible, but lower coverage will keep most places dry.

With lower rain chances, highs temps will quickly increase in the low 90s and feel-like temperatures in the mid-90s.

Drier air will keep rain chances low for the work week, as lower coverage of storms will keep most places dry. Temperatures will continue to climb close to the mid-90s on Wednesday.

Lower coverage of storms will continue on Thursday; however, this allows high temps to climb closer to the mid-90s allowing feel-like temperatures to creep closer to the upper 90s.

Friday will remain fairly dry as rain chances still stay at 40 percent. The rain chances for the weekend will slowly increase with high temperatures dropping back down into the low 90s.

The surfcast remains fair with wave heights at 3-4 feet. The rip current threat still remains moderate, so it is always best to swim close to a lifeguard tower.

The next few days will be a perfect escape from the heat as sea surface temperatures hover in the low 80s.

Unfortunately with lower rain chances, temperatures will be very warm and the UV index will be extreme. So, don’t forget to pack the water bottles and sunscreen for your beach or pool plans.

Tropical Update

The remnants of Beryl continues to move towards the west and northwest across Hispaniola and little development is expected on Tuesday thanks to unfavorable winds.

Beryl will impact the Bahamas by mid-week with unsettled weather.

Chris is expected to become a Hurricane, but it will not make landfall in the U.S. The main hazards from Chris will be strong rip currents and rough surf for the coast of the Carolinas.

Hurricane Season continues through Nov. 30.

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