Orlando weather: Wednesday will be warmest day of week before rain arrives

Tuesday night will be mostly clear with a light breeze. Temperatures will fall to near 60 in most spots. 

Wednesday will be the warmest and nicest day of this week, and probably for a while, too. Highs will break into the low to mid-80s everywhere with more of a breeze, up to 20 mph from the south.

BEACH FORECAST: Surf 1–2 feet with high tide in the 9-10 a.m. hour on east coast beaches, with low tide in the early evening. Moderate rip current risk with winds a bit gusty.

THEME PARK FORECAST: The brightest day for a while will be Wednesday, with lots of sunshine, before more clouds return on Thursday, lasting for quite a while into early March.

LONG TERM: El Niño fueled active pattern will return starting this weekend and last through a good part of March, it appears. There are more clouds than the sun on Thursday and Friday, with a small shower chance. 

Saturday shower chances rise to 30%, and 50% on Sunday. Sunday should have a decent coverage of showers, and maybe a few thunderstorms. Not just exclusive to the afternoon and "heat of the day" on Sunday if that helps you plan anything. Next week, a lot of clouds will be around with multiple chances of rain between March 5th and 10th. 

There will be an unusually high number of systems and precipitation, chances for the time of year, especially across central and northern Florida. For now, no notable chance for severe weather or "big" rains and flooding appears to be worth mentioning, just several smaller chances for general showers and storms the way it looks right now.