Rain returns to Central Fla.

Rains taper off Sunday evening


ORLANDO, Fla. – Wet season in Central Florida will continue into the week ahead.

Sunday was another active rain day in Central Florida, with the same pattern expected throughout this week. Abundant tropical moisture is providing the ammunition for rain each day. 

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Afternoon rains will taper off in the evening hours Sunday and will exit the area by midnight. Lots of humidity in the air will make for sticky conditions, with lows expected to drop to 74 degrees in Orlando, 72 degrees in Titusville and 71 degrees in Ocala under mostly cloudy skies.

The National Weather Service in Melbourne issued flood advisories for Orange and Osceola counties.

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"Monday will rewind the rain and heat, and temperatures will push into the upper 80s and feel like it is in the 90s,"  News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said. "Mixed skies will prevail."

Tuesday through Saturday will see 60-70 percent chances of rain.

"Keep the umbrella handy and pack your patience when driving,"  Treanor said.