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After starting the month of April slightly cooler than average, a warming trend begins in Central Florida.
Increasing surf and rip currents heading into the weekend
The recent rainfall was just a drop in the bucket with making up for our huge rainfall deficit. The KDBI (drought index) update shows very dry conditions expanding north into Orange and Brevard counties.
Dry air continues to ramp up our chance for additional wildfires.
Big weather changes have arrived!
Cooler day ahead!
Highs on Saturday for Orlando, Sanford and Ocala are around 94. It will be in the 80s up and down the beaches.
A strong high pressure ridge will park itself over the Florida peninsula this weekend, which means even hotter weather is ahead.
El Nino has faded away with our hurricane season heating up
Cold front free with weekend record highs possible
The heat is on....and will stay on!
The mostly sunny, dry weather pattern continues in Central Florida.
Temperatures will once again top off in the upper 80s, with mostly sunny skies.
A warm southeasterly wind will help push temperatures above seasonal averages on Wednesday.
On the equinox, Earth's two hemispheres recieve the sun's rays about equally, which means the length of day and night is nearly equal in all parts of the world.
After record heat this weekend, Monday will be another unseasonably warm day.
Lack of cold fonts puts Florida in a warm weather alert
The SuperStorm of 1993 blasted Central Florida with tornadoes, wind and snow.
Twenty-seven years ago, a low-pressure center was taking shape in the western Gulf of Mexico. A line of rain and storms was anticipated here in Central Florida as a cold front swept through.