ORLANDO, Fla. – Other than a stray shower early Saturday, most of Central Florida will be dry until about noon or 1 p.m.
Look for storms to develop close to the I-4 corridor and push west after that time.
The highest storm chances will be from Orlando and point west late in the afternoon and early evening. East of Orlando, toward the I-95 corridor, will be on the drier side.
Highs climb into the low-to-mid 80s Saturday. Higher storm chances return Sunday, but the entire day won’t be a washout.
If your plans take you to the beach, be mindful of a very high rip current risk. The ocean will also be rough with waves on the order of 4 feet.
More heat returns to Central Florida next week with highs climbing into the low 90s.