ORLANDO, Fla. – It was a rain-free day for most areas, however, the east breeze off the Atlantic Ocean will bring in enough moisture to bring the chance of rain back to 30 percent by Sunday.
Because of the lack of rain, lows will be on the "warm" side and will range from 74 degrees in Ocala to 77 degrees in Orlando and 78 degrees in Palm Bay.
Sunday's highs will range from 89 degrees at the beach to 92 degrees inland. Rain chances are 20 percent at the beach and 30 percent inland.
Another slot of dry air arrives Monday, keeping the rain chances very low. The rest of the week sees a return to a more normal chance of rain at 40 percent.
An area of rain in the Atlantic, 2,000 miles east of Florida, has a 30 percent chance of developing.