Lower rain chances, hotter temperatures return for weekend

Tropics remain relatively quiet

ORLANDO, Fla. – After several days with widespread rain and storms, the coverage area of the wet weather will decrease for the weekend.

For Saturday evening, what rain is left will hold tight for a few more hours, and then partly cloudy skies are expected for the rest of the night.

Lows will bottom out in the mid- to low 70s.

On Sunday, we start the day dry with a mix of sun and clouds. It will heat up fast to the upper 80s by noon and then the low 90s shortly after.

The coast will stay in the upper 80s, while the rest of central Florida will reach between 90 and 92 degrees.

Showers will start along the I-95 area and then move toward the west to southwest.

Coverage won't be widespread. Rain chances are 40%.

For the upcoming workweek, the rain gear will a great accessory to have. Afternoon showers and thunderstorms are expected each day. Highs will remain in the low 90s.

Beach outlook

On the water Sunday, expect decent boating conditions until storms pop up in the afternoon.

Otherwise, a light chop along the intracoastal is expected with seas remaining light, between 1 and 2 feet.

Tropical update


The tropics are nice and quiet. The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor three tropical waves in the Atlantic, but not much has changed.

The forecast remains no tropical development over the next five days.

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