Storms possible after sunset, Monday looks wet
Chance of rain hits 60 percent mark
ORLANDO, Fla. – It will be mostly dry and hot into the evening hours, but there is a possibility of some storms building after sunset.
Most of the activity Sunday has been on the west side of the state, but the migration of the sea breeze from the Gulf will try to interact with the heat of the day and the Atlantic sea breeze.
This could result in some late-night storms. Also expect temperatures to drop in the mid-70s with an abundance of humidity.
Monday looks wet and the rain could start before noon time. Highs on Monday will level out at about 89 degrees and the chance of rain hits the 60 percent mark.
Tuesday through Thursday keeps rain chances high at 50 percent. Temps hang out just below 90 at 89 degrees.
There is a slight improvement Friday and Saturday as the rain chance drops a little, down to 40 percent.
Tracking the tropics
In the tropics, Julia is still hanging out off the Carolina coast, meandering around the Atlantic as a tropical depression -- not a storm.
Tropical Storm Karl is expected to continue moving west toward the U.S., but not necessarily toward Florida. Karl is expected to become a hurricane around Thursday. It is recommended that people monitor this storm occasionally.
Fall begins Thursday morning.
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