ORLANDO, Fla. – Just as our lawns were starting to smile again, the widespread rain of the past few days will be shutting off for a time. Other than a few storms Sunday, most of Central Florida will be dry.
Highs will top out around 90 degrees under a partly cloudy sky. The highest rain and storms chances will be along and to the west of Interstate 4 and especially along Interstate 75.
Central Florida won’t be completely dry over the next week, but rain will be hard to find. Rain chances stand at about 20% each day until Friday. Highs will hover around 90 degrees, closing in on the mid 90s again late week.
Most of the day is dry with partly cloudy skies as the East Coast sea breeze keeps a few storms inland. Highs top out in the mid 80s. There is a moderate risk for rip currents Sunday. There will continue to be clouds at times along the East Coast beaches.
The tropics continue to be extremely quiet! No new development is expected over the next five days.