Orlando weather forecast: Thursday to bring reprieve from severe weather

Thursday's weather forecast brings a reprieve from strong to severe storms. A front is expected to sweep through overnight, ushering in lower humidity. Although temperatures are forecast to remain in the low 90s, the decreased humidity will make them feel less oppressive.

Friday may see isolated showers in Osceola and Brevard County, with temperatures reaching the mid-90s in inland areas. This trend is expected to persist into Saturday.

Looking ahead to the weekend, there's a 40% chance of daytime showers and thunderstorms, which will offer a slight respite from the heat.

As we move into next week, rain chances diminish as high-pressure systems settle over Florida, promising sunny and predominantly dry conditions from Monday through Wednesday.

In the eastern Pacific, there's a moderate chance of tropical development, marking the first activity of the season in that region. While several models suggest potential development in the coming days, the long-range forecast currently indicates unfavorable conditions for the system to track across Mexico and into the Gulf of Mexico. Therefore, there's no imminent threat posed by any potential tropical disturbances in the Gulf next week.

Aletta is anticipated to be the first named storm in the East Pacific basin for the 2024 season. Meanwhile, the Atlantic region has no tropical outlooks for the coming week.

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