ORLANDO, Fla. – Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected in Central Florida throughout the first day of October.
"Keep in mind the area of low pressure just offshore will be the focus in the forecast," News 6 meteorologist Samara Cokinos said. "It doesn't look like we will see tropical development from this, but it will keep rain around for a few days."
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Skies on Sunday will have be a mix of clouds and sunshine. Storms that do take place could produce heavy rain that could accumulate quickly.
Winds will pick up from the east in the afternoon and turn a little gusty between 5-15 mph.
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"If you plan on doing any boating, a small craft advisory will begin at 2 o'clock this afternoon through 4 p.m. Thursday," Cokinos said. "Winds will remain gusty well into the work week."
Temperatures will reach highs in the mid-80s Sunday and the mid-70s overnight.
There is a chance for spotty storms in Central Florida each day this week.