ORLANDO, Fla. — We woke up Tuesday morning to some thick fog in parts of Central Florida.

Once the fog burned off, the rest of the day held mostly sunny skies and temperatures around 90 degrees

There were a few spotty showers that developed over our southern counties, but most stayed dry. A similar forecast is in store for Wednesday before rain chances increase for the end of the week.

Mostly clear skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Temperatures will be mild, falling only into the upper 60s to low 70s. Areas of patchy fog will be possible in locations where wind is lighter, mainly inland.

Lots of sunshine returns for Wednesday with temperatures quickly climbing into the mid to upper 80s. A few locations may reach 90 degrees. It will be another mainly dry day with only a slim possibility for a developing shower.

Rain chances will pick up slightly Thursday and we’ll keep a small chance for afternoon storms heading into Mother’s Day weekend. Temperatures stay around 90 degrees.

It will stay hot for the start of next week. Highs will be in the upper 80s and lower 90s on Monday and next Tuesday. The 20 percent coverage of rain will continue on Tuesday.

Beach and surf forecast

Wednesday will be a great weather day for a beach trip, but there are some concerns to keep in mind.

Offshore storms will be possible, along with a moderate chop as winds remain breezy. There will also be an elevated rip current threat.

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