Orlando weather: Blistering heat continues with afternoon showers possible

Overall, the big change for the rest of the week will be the chance for daily afternoon storms due to the heat, humidity, and sea breeze. This represents a 20-40% chance of rain each afternoon.

Temperatures will reach the mid to upper-90s across all of Central Florida on Wednesday.

Otherwise, a wind shift will bring northeast winds off the Atlantic Ocean late this week, ushering in an enhanced sea breeze and effectively holding temps in the upper 80s to near 90 for highs. 

The tropics remain quiet despite a few tropical waves traversing the Atlantic and way above-average temperatures, though Saturday marks the start of the 2024 hurricane season. 

Be sure to catch the FOX 35 Storm Team Hurricane Special: 2024 season preview this Thursday at 7 p.m.

The weekend will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with breezy conditions. East winds are expected to range from 10 to over 20 mph. Temperatures will be cooler across the state. No significant weather systems or rainmakers are anticipated in the near future.