Heavy rain, frequent lightning spread across Central Florida
Sunday looking to be another hot day
ORLANDO, Fla. – Heavy rain and frequent lightning spread across central Florida on Saturday afternoon.
By 6 p.m., there will still be spots of heavy rainfall for Orange and Seminole counties, and parts of southern Brevard County. By 8 p.m., all the rain should be pushed out of central Florida, leaving us mostly cloudy skies overnight.
[SIGN UP: Subscribe to ClickOrlando.com newsletters]
Most of central Florida will be making it into the low to mid-70s overnight. Orlando will drop to a low of 75 degrees with only a slight chance of rain until 8 p.m.
Sunday is looking to be another hot day. We will start off dry and sunny throughout the day, then by 5 p.m. we will see a 60 percent coverage of rain. Conditions are looking favorable for the SpaceX launch Sunday night.
For the week ahead, including the Fourth of July, we are staying in the low to mid-90s. Rain chances will hover at 50-60 percent every day.
Copyright 2017 by WKMG ClickOrlando - All rights reserved.