Orlando weather: Near-record heat expected later this week across Central Florida

The weather outlook for the upcoming days in Florida promises continued warmth with intermittent cloud cover and minimal rain chances.

On Wednesday, expect mostly sunny skies with temperatures reaching the upper 80s across the region.


Thursday will increase cloud cover slightly, but the sun will still dominate, particularly in inland areas where temperatures could climb into the low 90s.

As we head into the weekend from Friday to Sunday, inland areas will experience warmer weather with highs ranging from 92F to 95F. Along the east coast beaches, temperatures will be slightly cooler, ranging from 84 to 89 degrees, thanks to a refreshing sea breeze. Humidity levels will remain moderate, ensuring the heat remains comfortable for most individuals.

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By Monday, a cold front will approach central Florida from the north, bringing with it breezy conditions, increased cloud cover, and the possibility of scattered rain showers. However, rainfall amounts are expected to be minimal.

Temperatures will trend closer to seasonal averages by mid-next week, with highs settling in the lower 80s. There's a slight chance of isolated showers lingering into Tuesday, but conditions are expected to clear up nicely by Wednesday, April 24.