ORLANDO, Fla. — We had some areas of fog to start our Tuesday with temperatures in the 70s. After the fog lifted, temperatures warmed quickly into the upper 80s to low 90s.
- Tuesday's highs in the low to mid 90s
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Much like Monday, we had afternoon storms develop that held torrential rain, frequent lightning and gusty wind. Rain will end early, then partly cloudy skies overnight.
Patchy fog may drop visibility for the Wednesday morning commute, with a mix of clouds and sun for the first part of the day. More afternoon showers and storms are on the way.
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A ridge of high pressure to our south continues providing us a cut-and-paste forecast, as we tracked another round of showers and storms for our Tuesday evening commute.
Some areas had flooding concerns again with heavy rain, along with frequent lightning and gusty wind. A lot of the rain will end early, but we're expecting a similar set up for Wednesday.
Patchy areas of fog are possible each night, and we'll start our Wednesday through Friday off with hazy sun mixed with clouds.
Afternoon rain coverage stays around 60-percent, and stronger storms are possible along boundary collisions. Highs won’t stray too far from average in the low 90s.
Beach and Surf Conditions
Surf conditions will not be good the next few days. Wednesday morning surf will be flat, and not much improvement is forecast into the afternoon with very poor conditions in the cards.
Wave heights by then are set to be a low one to two feet.
We're keeping a low rip current threat around tomorrow and Thursday.
Sea surface temperatures are steady in the lower 80s along our east coast. Keep an eye on the sky for another round of scattered showers and storms.
Not much change is expected until the weekend when our pattern shifts.
In the tropics, our pattern remains unfavorable for development anytime soon.
Hurricane season does not peak until September 10, and it runs through November 30.
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