Hurricane Irma strengthens back to Category 3 storm; Mostly dry Sunday in Central Fla.

Temps to reach high of 90 degrees in Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. – Hurricane Irma intensified back to a Category 3 storm Sunday, with winds of 115 mph moving to the west-southwest at 15 mph. 

"The storm is expected to strengthen into a Category 4 storm," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said. "We will have a better feel on where it's going by Friday."

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There is another tropical wave behind Irma that has a 60 percent chance of development.

Meanwhile in Central Florida, Sunday will be a bit drier than Saturday.

Temperatures will reach a high of 90 degrees, with a 50 percent chance of rain.

Conditions will be dry and partly cloudy for the majority of the day Sunday. Brevard County will see some scattered showers by 2 p.m. By 5 p.m., the west coast sea breeze will push in and there will be a chance of some pop-up thunderstorms.

"It's a good day for the beach, with a high of 88 in Daytona and a moderate rip current risk," Evans said.

Temperatures will reach a low of 75 degrees Sunday night.