ORLANDO, Fla. – Sunday will be a much drier day in Central Florida than Saturday.
Cloudy skies throughout the day will keep temperatures in the 80s for most of Central Florida.
Orlando will reach a high of 89 degrees, with only a 40 percent coverage of rain.
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"We will stay cloudy all day and could see some early morning showers through 9 a.m.," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said. "Things should clear up for the afternoon."
There is a chance of an isolated thunderstorm by 6 p.m., mainly for southern Brevard.
"It's not the best day for the beach," Evans said. "Daytona Beach will reach a high of 88, with the water temperature at 80 degrees. There is only a slight rip current risk."
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Central Florida will stay dry overnight. Temperatures will reach a low of 74 degrees as the cloud cover gradually breaks up.
Temperatures will stay in the low to mid-90s for the week ahead. Rain chances will stay at 40 to 50 percent.