Rain likely to return to Central Florida's radar this week

Some showers could linger Sunday evening

ORLANDO, Fla. – Sunday has been another scorcher of a day in Central Florida, but rain is likely to return by Monday to bring some relief from the heat, News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said.

Some scattered showers may linger past sunset Sunday evening, followed by partly cloudy skies and warm overnight temperatures that will range from 76 degrees in Orlando to 75 degrees in Palm Bay and 74 degrees in Ocala.

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Early-morning sunshine will cause temperatures to rise quickly Monday, bringing highs of 90 degrees in Daytona Beach, 91 degrees in Melbourne and 94 degrees in Orlando. Most areas will see a 50 percent chance of rain.

"The remainder of the week remains unsettled with rain chances around 60 percent every afternoon, along with temperatures above 90," Treanor said.

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A tropical disturbance has materialized in the Atlantic off the coast of South America.

"That is being watched and has a 40 percent chance of developing into something more," Treanor said.  

Watch News 6 and check back to ClickOrlando.com for updates on potential development.