Rain on tap through Sunday evening, into week ahead

Parts of Central Florida could receive 3+ inches of rain

ORLANDO, Fla. – "Keep your umbrella handy and don't be surprised if a flood advisory is issued sometime over the next three days from excessive and heavy rainfall as a wet pattern settles in over the area," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said.

The flow of strong tropical air the Gulf of Mexico will continue to keep the chance of rain in Central Florida in the 60-70 percent range, meaning that 2-3 inches of rain could fall. Some areas could get even more.

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Sunday rains will continue into the night. Along with cloudy skies, humidity will remain high and temperatures will slip to 73 degrees in Ocala and Palm Bay, and 74 degrees in Orlando.

Limited sunshine is expected for the next three days, with the chance of rain at 60-70 percent and temperatures sitting just under 90 degrees.

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"There should be a slight improvement by the end of the week," Treanor said.

Pinpointing the tropics:

A nontropical low in the Gulf will continue the rainy pattern, but it only has a 20 percent chance of further development.

An area in the Atlantic has a 30 percent chance of growing, but is not currently considered to be threatening to any land areas.