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.

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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.

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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.