ORLANDO, Fla. – The official high for Saturday was 83 degrees with lots of clouds, wind, humidity and scattered showers.
Showers streaming in from the Atlantic Ocean combined with heat to cause spotty showers in many areas of Central Florida and more of the same is on tap for Sunday.
Windy conditions continue into the evening with gusts as high as 20 mph. There is a 40 percent chance of rain, while temperatures range from 65 degrees in Ocala and 68 degrees in Orlando to a warm 70 degrees in Palm Bay.
Rain and possible thunderstorm chances increase to 70 percent Sunday. Temperatures will be held down by cloud cover, but will top out at 80 or below.
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There is no major change for Monday, with a 80 percent chance of rain. Some temporary sunshine returns Wednesday.