83ºF

Find the pool! Drier, hotter weather across Central Florida Sunday

Heat index approaching 105

ORLANDO, Fla. – Most of Sunday will be dry with the exception of stray storms through the afternoon. All of us will be dry by the evening. High temperatures Sunday will jump into the low-to-mid 90s again inland and the upper 80s along the coast. With the humidity factored in, it will feel closer to 105 degrees at times.

Slightly better rain chances return early in the work week, but still below what we would typically see in summer in Central Florida.

Beach forecast:

There will be a moderate risk for rip currents Sunday.
There will be a moderate risk for rip currents Sunday.

The easterly breeze off of the Atlantic will help keep things a little more comfortable on the sand. Temperatures top out in the upper 80s with just a stray shower or storm possible.

Tropical update:

The NHC has highlighted a weak wave with a low chance for development over the next five days. The development zone will be in the Gulf of Mexico after it brings rain to Florida.
The NHC has highlighted a weak wave with a low chance for development over the next five days. The development zone will be in the Gulf of Mexico after it brings rain to Florida.

The National Hurricane Center has highlighted a weak tropical wave near Hispaniola for the potential to develop over the next five days. Possible development would occur in the Gulf of Mexico after it increases rain chances for Florida by the middle of the week. Most of the tropical Atlantic remains quiet Sunday.


About the Author: