Temperatures to soar into the 90s, dip into the 60s at night

It will be a hot, dry week across Central Florida, with temperatures soaring to the mid-90s by Wednesday.

On Tuesday, expect afternoon highs in the low 90s inland with 80s along the coast thanks to an onshore wind out of the southeast.

There is a high risk for life-threatening rip currents at area beaches, so be sure to swim next to an open lifeguard stand.

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Temperatures will drop to the mid-and-upper 60s overnight, under clears skies and a south southeasterly wind between 5 to 10 mph.

By Wednesday, temperatures across the area will be soaring to the mid-90s, with mid-and-upper 80s along the coast. 


The normal or average temperature in Orlando is 89 degrees.

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Unseasonably warm weather will stick around through Friday, with a slight chance for showers returning to the forecast this weekend.

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