More rain to drench Central Florida

Orlando area to see highs near 90


ORLANDO, Fla. – Rain, rain won't go away.

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"More low-level moisture and energy from a boundary over Central Florida will lead to more afternoon showers and a few isolated storms into Friday afternoon," Local 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said.  "There will be heavy rain along the coast first, then showers move inland through the afternoon."

Rain chances will be at 60 percent for the afternoon.  The chance of rain stands at 50 percent for the start of Friday night football games.

"There will be some isolated lightning for a few games," Bridges said.

High temperatures across Central Florida will be near 90 degrees into next week. 

Overnight lows will be in the mid-70s.

Rain chances will be at 50 percent through the weekend.

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