2 low pressure areas being watched; flooding continues in parts of Central Fla.

Sunday's forecast expected to be similar to Saturday's

ORLANDO, Fla. – Two low pressure areas on either side of the state are being monitored, as they have the potential to impact Central Florida's forecast.

Environmental conditions are not conducive for development, according to News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor. However, rich moisture and heat still have a chance of producing some showers and thunderstorms Saturday evening, especially in Flagler and Volusia counties.

Flooding was still an issue in parts of Central Florida as of 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

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"Sunday's forecast looks like a repeat of Saturday's, with the chance of rain around Flagler, Volusia, Marion and Northern Lake counties," Treanor said. "Expect a sun and clouds mixture."

Saturday night lows will range from 73 degrees in Ocala to 75 degrees in Orlando and Palm Bay.

Highs on Sunday will reach 86 degrees in Melbourne and Orlando, but only 82 degrees in Daytona Beach.

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The upcoming week is expected to be fairly rainy, with the chance of rain at 30-40 percent each day. Temperatures will stay below 90 degrees.

"Remember, tropical storm season is with us until the end of November," Treanor said.