Spotty rain expected throughout holiday weekend

Temp highs to stay in low 90s

ORLANDO, Fla. – ​Some areas between Maitland and Winter Springs picked up more than 4 inches of rain Thursday afternoon. One weather spotter reported a full 5 inches in Casselberry.

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Most of the heavy showers are slowing down, but a few lighter areas will still be around until about 10 p.m.

Late Thursday night, the sky will go partly cloudy, with the low in Orlando dropping to 75.

Friday, look for more heat and rain. The high will shoot to 93 before the rain takes over. The showers will begin on the West Coast Sea Breeze around midday near Gainesville to Ocala. By 4 p.m. the showers will have moved into Orange County. Most of the rain will be focused from Orlando to Volusia and Brevard counties. 

Over the holiday weekend, we remain in an unsettled pattern. Rain chances on Saturday will still be at 60 percent. The highs will still be in the lower to mid-90s all over.

Sunday looks to be a repeat.

On Monday, the Fourth of July, we will still have a 40 percent chance of storms and a high of 94.

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