Orlando weather: Hot days continue with temps in 90s across Central Florida

Partly to mostly sunny skies are expected through the holiday weekend, with afternoon highs reaching the mid to upper 90s inland and near 90 at the beaches. 

Aside from a slight 20% chance of a pop-up shower, most areas should remain dry.

Two areas in the tropics are being monitored. One tropical wave in the Central Atlantic features disorganized showers and storms. Although it is not expected to develop, it indicates very warm ocean waters early in the season.

The other area is a non-tropical low-pressure system in the Caribbean, bringing heavy rain from the Turks and Caicos to Haiti and the Dominican Republic this week. There is a small chance that this system could develop into a tropical depression once it moves past the islands later this week, but the likelihood of this happening is low at this time.


Hot and dry weather will persist through the end of the week as highs soar well into the mid-90s through Friday. 

For Memorial Day Weekend, temperatures will approach previous record highs as they climb into the upper 90s. 

A few spots could even hit the century mark! With high pressure taking hold, rain chances will be slim for the weekend and into early next week.