ORLANDO, Fla. – An unsettled weather pattern across Central Florida has led to scattered showers and thunderstorms.
"There is a frontal boundary stalled or just to the north of our area acting as a focal point for scattered showers and storms, much like we saw Thursday," News 6 meteorologist Troy Bridges said. "This boundary will stay stalled just north of our area through the weekend."
There is the chance for a couple of stronger storms Friday, with wind gusts, heavy downpours and lightning.
Most of the rain will develop after 1 p.m.
Expect a 70% coverage Friday and a 60% coverage over the weekend.
Rain chances are high again today! pic.twitter.com/ZaYbJ9gHWZ— Troy Bridges (@TroyNews6) July 26, 2019
The high in Orlando will top off in the upper 80s. The average high on this date is 92.
There is currently nothing to be concerned about in the tropics.