ORLANDO, Fla. – Here comes the rain.
After a couple of mostly dry days, rain chances are on the rise over the next few days.
There’s a 30% coverage of rain Wednesday in Central Florida. Rain chances jump to 50% Thursday and 70% Friday.
Orlando will reach a high of 90 degrees. The record high on this date is 100, set in 1998.
Weekend rain chances stand at 40-50%.
Orlando has a yearly rain deficit of 5.11 inches.
Tracking the tropics
A tropical wave about 200 miles east-southeast of the Windward Islands could produce gusty winds and heavy rain over Trinidad.
The National Hurricane Center, however, says there is a zero chance of development over the next five days.
Meanwhile, a nontropical low pressure area has moved inland over eastern North Carolina and no further development is expected.