Spotty, isolated showers possible with rain chances again Sunday

Best chance for rain between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday

ORLANDO, Fla. – Some heavy showers moved through inland areas of Central Florida around lunch time Saturday and made their way to Volusia and Flagler by 2 p.m. before moving out over the Atlantic Ocean.

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Radar indicates there are more showers around, but they are spotty and isolated. It's going to keep the chance of rain up to 40 percent until after sunset.

Locally, this might mean some rain for the beginning of the University of Central Florida game, but rain will be ending by half time or earlier. The temperature at game time will be 79 degrees and the overnight low will be 75 very humid degrees.

The moisture-enriched atmosphere over the area will allow Sunday to be rain prone, keeping the chance of rain at 60 percent with the best chance being between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Spotty sunshine will force temperatures up to 90 inland and 87 at the beaches. Lows will be in the mid-70s.

Monday looks pretty good compared with Saturday and Sunday. The morning looks the best with rains possible by the afternoon. Rain chances are 40 percent for all of Central Florida.

The rest of the week looks rather dry and rain chances drop to 20 percent by Wednesday.

In the tropics, Hermine is a tropical storm out in the Atlantic and will continue to cause trouble for several days as it wobbles just off the Mid-Atlantic seashore. Gaston is gone and now we are watching a low east of the Virgin Islands that is moving into the Caribbean and has a 30 percent chance of becoming a tropical storm system in the next five days.

September is, historically, the most active tropical storm time of year.