Depending on where they live, residents are either waking up to a relatively comfortable morning, or to typically muggy, sticky conditions.
A cold front has stalled along the region, so humidity is lower north of Interstate 4 but higher to the south, News Channel 8 meteorologist Leigh Spann said.
The front hasn’t cooled temperatures, but with less moisture in the air, rain chances will be slim today north of I-4. Highs will reach the low-90s under partly cloudy skies.
The front will shift back to the north overnight, creating higher humidity and driving rain chances up on Friday heading into the weekend.