Weather system near Fla. better organized

Storm expected to drift north


ORLANDO, Fla. – The developing low pressure system off our coast, named Invest 90, will continue to become a little better organized Wednesday night.


Expect it to drift to the north and eventually drier air will flow into Central Florida on the back side of the low. That will mean an end to our rain chances for a few days. We will still have rough surf on the coast and the threat of rip currents will remain.

Wednesday night in Orlando, expect the showers to end and the low to drop to 67. Winds will be northeasterly to northerly 10-15 mph.

Thursday will bring a mostly sunny day with a high of 87 with winds from the northwest 10-15.

Friday, we will hit 88 for the high with no rain.

Saturday and Sunday will both have highs in the low 90s.

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Our next chance of rain will not come along until at least Monday.