Scattered showers, clouds could be issues on eclipse Monday

Central Florida to see max eclipse at 2:51 p.m.

ORLANDO, Fla. – The tropics remain active, but the severity of a system that was being watched has decreased a bit.

What was Tropical Storm Harvey is now just being called "the remnants," which still won't cause issues for Central Florida. Just behind those remnants is Invest 92, with only a 20 percent chance of tropical development. Models show it staying just to the east of Central Florida. There is one more wave just behind Invest 92, but it only has a 10 percent chance of development.

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Meanwhile, Central Floridians will see a dry day Sunday as they prepare for Monday's total solar eclipse, with only 30 to 40 percent coverage of rain.

Orlando will reach a high of 92 degrees and stay dry and partly cloudy for the entire afternoon. By 5 p.m., western counties will see scattered showers and the possibility of a thunderstorm. All of the rain will make its way out by 10 p.m.

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Overnight temperatures will reach a low of 75 degrees Sunday under a partly cloudy sky.

Rain chances will stay at 30 percent for the eclipse Monday, but Central Florida could see some scattered showers by the max eclipse at 2:51 p.m. Cloud cover could also be an issue.