Clouds, patchy fog to develop overnight in Central Florida
Rain chances diminish by end of week in Orlando area
The clouds hung over Central Florida all day, just after strong storms brought heavy rain, hail and tornado warnings.
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More storms were projected for Monday, but the chance has dropped to a few showers developing over Osceola County.
Tuesday the low in Orlando will drop to 63 degrees and patchy fog will develop before sunrise.
Tuesday's high temperature will be 81, and Wednesday's high will be 75 degrees in Orlando.
"Wednesday looks to be a more active day," said Local 6 Chief Meteorologist Tom Sorrells. "Another front will approach and rain chances are up to 50 percent."
Thursday will be cooler with a high of 70 degrees and a 50 percent chance of rain. On Friday, rain chances slow to 20 percent and the high will be 73.
By the weekend the rain is gone and highs return to the upper 70s, Sorrells said.
No serious damage was reported across the region in Sunday's storms, but the severe weather delayed the Daytona 500 on Sunday for six hours. In north-central Florida, however, four cows were killed and several homes sustained damage.