Rains starting to form in the area

Storms will head to the central area of the state

ORLANDO, Fla. – A few sea breeze showers have popped up on the west side of I-95 and the showers will continue to push into the interior leaving the beaches dry once again.

However, the scattered storms that do develop will be capable of producing heavy rain and frequent lightning.  People are urged to keep an eye to the sky.

Temperatures are again in the 90s and feeling like the 100s.

Sunday overnight temperatures will be dropping into the 70s but will feel like the 80s due to humidity levels.

More of the same is forecast for Monday with only a 20 percent chance of rain, The probability of  rain will rise to 40 percent Tuesday and go up to 50 percent Wednesday.  The rain chances of rain will remain high through the week.  Temperatures will continue in the 90s.

In the tropics,  Invest 97 is southeast of Puerto Rico and its predicted path continues to take it away from Florida and toward the Yucatan Peninsula.  The tropical weather system is expected to intensify over the next five days and may throw some extra moisture over Florida, increasing the chance for rain.