ORLANDO, Fla. – News 6 is pinpointing a counter-clockwise spin over the Bahamas bringing on shore a few showers through the late morning hours Monday and possible severe weather later in the day.
Rain chances will increase around noon as the east coast seabreeze pushes storms from the east to the west.
According to the National Weather Service in Melbourne, there is a chance for strong to severe storms between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. along Central Florida’s coastal counties and from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Orange and Osceola counties.
The NWS issued severe thunderstorm warnings Monday afternoon across Central Florida.
Wind gusts up to 60 mph and hail are possible.
Expect a 60% coverage of rain Monday and a 70% coverage of rain Tuesday.
High temperatures all week will be near 90.
The average high is 92.
MON JUL 12 | Threat for strong-severe storms increases today! Highest chances 11AM-2PM over the coastal counties, 2PM-7 PM across the interior. Wind gusts of 50-60 mph, 1-2" hail and 1-3" downpours possible in the most intense storms! Have multiple ways to recieve warnings! pic.twitter.com/52CpdVLlqB— NWS Melbourne (@NWSMelbourne) July 12, 2021
Sunday in Orlando saw a high temperature of 92 degrees with .03 inches of rain. Now the area deficit is at 4.36 inches since the first of the year.
The record high temperature for June 12 is 99 degrees set in 1892.
Currently, there are no systems News 6 is pinpointing in the tropics.