Sunday begins with threat of rain that could last most of day

Winds will also be increasing


ORLANDO, Fla. – On Saturday night, under mostly cloudy skies, rain chances will be at 30 percent, with a chance of rain beginning as early as 5 a.m. Sunday and increasing by 7 a.m. to 80 percent.

Winds will also be increasing, while temperatures will range from 44 degrees in Ocala to 51 degrees in Orlando and 55 degrees in Palm Bay.

Sunday begins with a threat of rain that could last most of the day, bringing gusty winds and rains of up to 1 inch or more in some locations. Rain chances stand at 90 percent on Sunday.

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Temperatures on Sunday will be in the mid- to high 50s with winds out of the north at 15 mph and gusts to 25 mph. Rain chances linger into the evening, especially in Brevard County.

This slow-moving system will create a chance of rain Monday, with slow clearing Monday night, along with the return of cold air.

"Normal temps of 71 degrees will not return until Friday," News 6 meteorologist Danny Treanor said. "Buckle up."

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