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Article: Few chances for spotty rain/snow

Temperatures climb just in time for the weekend and the end of daylight saving time.

Article: Few chances for spotty rain/snow

Temperatures climb just in time for the weekend and the end of daylight saving time.

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ON TODAY. JASON: THIS AFTERNOON IN CENTRAL FLORIDA, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT HEAT. WE STILL HAVE A COUPLE MORE WEEKS UNTIL WE GET TO SPRING. WINTER ON THE CALENDAR, BUT RECORD HEAT. MICHELLE: WAIT A COUPLE DAYS AND WE WILL GO RIGHT BACK. KYLE: THERE IS THAT. IT IS A CORPORATE SITUATION. YOU MENTIONED THE SPRING PART. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME, THAT FEELS LIKE THE UNOFFICIAL START OF SPRING. THAT IS THE ONE OTHER THING WE WATCH OUT FOR. NOT TERRIBLY HUMID. LIVE LOOK OUTSIDE AS WE MIX SUNSHINE AND CLOUDS. LOOKING TO DOWNTOWN ORLANDO, MCO. 83. FEELS-LIKE TEMPERATURE AT85. CLOSER TO 70, LOWER 70S. SLIGHTLY MORE COMFORTABLE 83. BREEZY SOUTH WINDS, 16 MILES PER HOUR. WE HAVE GOTTEN DESPITE IN TEMPERATURES AND’S THIS MORNING-- TEH SPIKE IN TEMPERATURES SINCE HIS MONEY. WE USE VISIBLE SATELLITE. COFFEE CUPOLAS CLOUDS OFF TO THE WEST,--PUFFY HUMORLESS CLOUDS ALONG I-75. ALMOST EVERYONE -- ALMOST EXCEPT SMYRNA BEACH IN THE LOWER 80’S. EVEN OUT THIS RIGHT, THERE IS A DASH OR PINCH OF HUMIDITY. THIS IS ABOUT AS BAD AS THE COMMITTEE GETS THROUGH THE REST OF TODAY AND INTO TONIGHT. IT PICKS UP MORE GOING INTO LATE TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. 10 TO 15 MILES PER HOUR. FUTURECAST -- WE WILL GO THROUGH TODAY AND TOMORROW AS THE COLD FRONT OF THE LINE OF STORMS OFF TO THE NORTH IS ON THE WAY. IT TAKES A LONG TIME TO GET HERE AND WEAKENS AS IT DOES. MAINLY CLEAR. WE ADDED A FEW MORE CLOUDS BY TONIGHT. CANNOT RULE OUT SOME LOW CLOUDS AND PATCHY FOG TOMORROW. WE WILL KEEP AN EYE ON THE WIND SPEEDS WHICH WILL KEEP VISIBILITY DOWN IN SOME SPOTS. RIGHT AROUND LUNCHTIME, A COUPLE OF SPRINKLES, ISOLATED SHOWER, NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE VIEWING AREA, HEAVY RAIN EITHER MISSING CENTRAL FLORIDA TO THE NORTH OR THE WHOLE THING WEAKENS ENOUGH WHERE WE ARE NOT AS CONCERNED AT THIS POINT ABOUT THURSDAY EVENING. THIS IS OUR CHANCE OF SCATTERED SHOWERS FROM ISOLATED STORMS. THE LINE CONTINUES TO WORK THROUGH TO LATE THURSDAY, EARLY FRIDAY. MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES ON FRIDAY. THIS IS THE VERY EARLY MORNING HOURS OF FRIDAY. WE ARE DONE WITH LINGERING SHOWERS OR LINGERING ISOLATED STORMS IT THAN WE GET TO COL DOWN. THE OFFICIAL HIGH ENDS UP IN THE MID-70’S ON FRIDAY. WE’RE STUCK WITH HIGHS IN THE 60’S AND IS SATURDAY. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS ENDS TO :00A A.M.T
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Article: Few chances for spotty rain/snow

Temperatures climb just in time for the weekend and the end of daylight saving time.

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Watch the forecast video above.

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