ORLANDO, Fla. – If you’re headed to the east coast beaches today you are in luck! A dominant east coast sea breeze will fire up just inland later Sunday, keeping the beaches dry but increasing rain and storm chances for areas inland.
Scattered storms will start to develop after lunch along that sea breeze and start to increase in coverage as they move closer to the Interstate 4 corridor. The best chance for rain and storms Sunday will be west of Orlando, and especially along the Interstate 75 corridor where the east coast sea breeze and west coast sea breeze collide.
Storm chances will be at their highest in the late afternoon and early evening.
Highs top out in the upper 80s. The same setup will be around Monday.
There is a moderate risk for rip currents at the east coast beaches. A stray storm is possible early at the northern beaches, but that chance quickly moves inland.
An area off of the coast of Newfoundland has been highlighted by the National Hurricane Center. There is a 0% chance for development. The tropics are expected to remain quiet for at least the next five days and likely longer.