Good day sunshine. Would you are making room for some rain clouds?
After days of cooler, drier climate, summerlike temperatures and showers can be returning to the Central Florida forecast after Thursday.
“It’s going to be heating up soon,” stated Maureen McCann, a Spectrum News 13 meteorologist. “Showers are moving back into Central Florida. We’ve had a string of dry days, it’s been mild and breezy, but now a distant area of low pressure will be moving closer. It’s going to spread some showers over our direction.”
Thursday’s top temperature is forecast at 83 and a low of 64. Shower chances are high that soaring at about 30%.
Friday temperatures tick as much as a top of 87 and a low of 67. Saturday temperatures go back to the 90s all through the day, and the low must keep within the higher 60s. Temperatures will proceed to upward push into the mid-90s throughout the workweek.
Shower odds may also stay a part of the forecast, with the most powerful odds showing Friday at 40%.