More rain could bring flooding to Central Florida

Highs in Orlando to be in upper 80s

Stormy afternoon in Deltona
Stormy afternoon in Deltona

ORLANDO, Fla. – Rain, rain is here to stay.

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"Rain chances will stay high for the next several days -- at 70 percent -- as we track  low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico and a boundary stalled out over Central Florida," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.

Rain chances will remain at 70 percent for Thursday and Friday.

"The chance for some flooding will be a great concern into the weekend," Bridges said.

Afternoon high temperatures in Orlando will be below the average because of clouds and rain.  The high will be 87 degrees on Wednesday and Thursday.

Rain chances will be 50 percent on Friday and 40 percent on Saturday, with highs in the upper 80s.

Tracking the tropics, a couple of areas of low pressure are still out in the open Atlantic, and one of them could be the next named storm, which would be Ida.  All computer models keep the systems away from the United States.

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