New front to bring rain, storms to Central Florida
Orlando to see high temperature of 92 degrees
ORLANDO, Fla. – A new front will increase the chance of rain and storms in Central Florida this week.
"We're tracking sea breeze storms into Monday afternoon," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "Storms will develop along the east and west coast sea breezes from 2 to 6 o'clock."
The coverage of rain will be at 40 percent for Monday afternoon, Bridges said. Rain chances will decrease to 30 percent Monday evening.
The high temperature in Orlando will reach 92 degrees. The overnight low will be 75.
"There is still some drier air in place on Monday, but by Wednesday, rain chances will increase as a front moves into Central Florida," Bridges said.
Rain chances will be at 50 percent on Tuesday and 60 percent on Wednesday.
There will be lower rain chances by the end of the week.
Tracking the tropics, a large Category 3 hurricane named Odile made landfall early Monday in the Baja peninsula near Cabo San Lucas.
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Meanwhile, Hurricane Edouard has max winds of 105 miles per hour and is moving northwest at 15 miles per hour in the Atlantic. Edouard will stay out to sea and away from land.
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