Tropical Depression Harvey heads toward Belize; Central Fla. preps for eclipse

Central Florida to see solar eclipse Monday

ORLANDO, Fla. – Tropical Depression Harvey is continuing to make its way toward Belize Saturday, and two other areas in the Atlantic that were being monitored have weakened a bit. There are currently no tropical threats to Central Florida.

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The tropical depression is expected to regain strength to tropical storm status by Sunday and continue toward the Yucatan and Belize.

Some drier air moved in Saturday, making rain chances drop in Central Florida, but moisture will return by Sunday, causing the chance of rain to rebound to 40 percent.

"Warm temperatures will continue past sunset Saturday evening, but will eventually drop to 75 in Ocala to 78 in Orlando and 77 in Palm Bay," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said.

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Rain will begin Sunday at 8 a.m. along the coast and will move into the interior by afternoon. Temperatures Sunday could reach highs of 89 degrees in Melbourne, 92 degrees in Daytona Beach and 93 degrees in Orlando.

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"Cloud cover may be a problem on Eclipse Monday," Treanor said.

Temperatures will be in the 90s and the chance for rain is 20 to 30 percent.