Orlando weather: Dry spell and near triple-digit heat expected in Central Florida

Temperatures will remain hot across Central Florida on Thursday. For areas west of Interstate 95, temperatures will be well into the mid- to upper 90s and a few degrees on either side of 90 degrees east of I-95 near the beaches. 

While temperatures will be high, our humidity values will not. Humidity levels will be much lower than what we're accustomed to, courtesy of a northerly wind ushering in the drier air.

Widespread rain chances are minimal, but isolated storms are expected to develop during the afternoon hours later in the week, offering a brief respite from the dry spell. This will be followed by a slightly cooler air mass, with temperatures in the upper 80s next week. There is a 20% chance of afternoon storms during this period.

Saturday marks the official start of the hurricane season. This is a crucial time for residents to prepare for potential tropical storms and hurricanes. 

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Experts urge everyone to review emergency plans, stock up on supplies, and stay informed about weather updates.

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