ORLANDO, Fla. – The wet season has begun, but the sea breeze storms have mainly been hung up around Interstate 75 until Friday. More storms arrive Saturday, especially late in the afternoon and evening. Like Friday, a few on/off downpours will be around through the first part of the day. The heavier rain and storms will arrive late in the afternoon and early evening.
The late-day storms will try and focus themselves along and west of Interstate 4.
Sunday is mainly dry with just a couple of storms bubbling up. Highs will be near 90.
Other than a few storms over the next week, drier weather looks to return to Central Florida.
Be on the lookout for a few scattered storms early on. The afternoon and evening will manly dry with storms focusing on inland areas. Some of those storms may sneak into the Volusia and Flagler beaches, but the Brevard beaches should be dry.
Sunday appears to be mainly dry at all of the beaches.
There is a moderate risk for rip currents.
The tropics continue to be extremely quiet! No new development is expected over the next five days.