ORLANDO, Fla. — Dry air brought sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 80s and low 90s Tuesday.
- Wednesday's highs at 90 degrees
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Our overnight forecast will remain pretty quiet, but some changes are on the way for Wednesday.
A front move closer to Central Florida will increase the chance for rain slightly and help to knock temperatures back a bit. This front will drop south Thursday and lower temperatures even more.
Mostly clear skies are expected through the overnight hours. Temperatures will fall into the mid to low 70s.
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The mostly sunny weather will continue throughout the day on Wednesday. A front coming down from the north-northeast will bring increased moisture, so there is a slightly higher chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Winds will be breezy out of the northeast, which will help to lower temperatures slightly to around 90 degrees. As the front moves south, we’ll only see spotty showers the rest of the week with temperatures only in the mid to upper 80s.
In the tropics, Imelda formed Tuesday afternoon as it approached the Texas coast. Quickly, it made landfall in Freeport, Texas around 1 p.m. significant rainfall will continue as Imelda weakens and Flash Flooding is a concern.
Humberto strengthened to a major hurricane throughout the day as it moves closer to Bermuda. A hurricane warning has been issued for the island.
Tropical Depression 10 also formed Tuesday in the Central Atlantic and is currently moving west-northwest. It is anticipated to strengthen and increase speed as it continues toward the Leeward Islands. This system will be named Jerry.
Hurricane season runs through November 30.
Beach and Surf Conditions
Ocean conditions are slowly improving, but there is still a chop on the water, high wave heights, and a high rip current threat. Be careful if heading to the beach or out on the boat.
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