Rain chances remain high in Central Florida as Colin moves away from Florida

Flood watches issued as Colin moves off coast

Rain chances will remain high for Central Florida Wednesday as post-tropical storm Colin continues to move rapidly away from Florida.

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"There is a boundary that will stall out across Central Florida just south of Orlando," said News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges. "That boundary will act as a focal point for more scattered showers heavy downpours and thunderstorms for Wednesday afternoon as well as Thursday."

Expect high temperatures in most areas on Wednesday in the low 90s. Orlando will reach 92 degrees on Wednesday.

Rain chances will be as high as 60 percent Wednesday and Thursday and 40 percent for Friday and Saturday.

Afternoon high temperatures will be in the mid- and upper 80s Thursday and Friday.

Rain chances will be more typical with sea breeze action on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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