ORLANDO, Fla. – The heat is back on Saturday with highs again surging into the low-to-mid 90s. The coast will jump into the 90s as well with a southwest wind pushing in the heat, rather than blowing in off of the relatively “cooler” Atlantic.
A few storms will be possible later Saturday, but they will again be few and far between.
The best chance for rain and a few storms will be east of Orlando, closer to the coast.
Higher rain chances return Sunday and Monday.
With a southwest wind, the beaches will heat up into the low-to-mid 90s. Be on the lookout for a medium rip current risk. Water temperatures are hanging around 80 degrees. Be on the lookout for a few storms late in the afternoon and early evening coming in from inland areas.
The National Hurricane Center has highlighted an area to watch in the extreme Southern Gulf of Mexico/ Bay of Campeche.
As of Saturday, it is a broad, disorganized area of low pressure that will take its time to organize. Development chances with this entity will likely increase by the middle of next week.