ORLANDO, Fla. – Your Saturday won’t be washed away, but the rain will be heavy at times when it arrives. Other than a few stray, light showers Saturday morning, most of the morning is dry. Look for more storms to develop, however, after lunch. Still, these will be few and far between until more widespread rain and storms arrive closer to dinner.
The highest coverage of storms will occur between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.
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A few storms could be strong with small hail and an isolated damaging wind gust. Like Friday, most of the storms will be your typical gusty thunderstorm, with extremely heavy rainfall and frequent lightning.
An additional 1-3″ of rain will be possible Saturday. Isolated higher amounts are also possible.
A few showers linger into the pre-dawn hours of Sunday morning.
Most of Sunday morning and early afternoon will be on the drier side. A few more storms will develop late in the afternoon and evening, but the coverage will not be as high as Friday or Saturday.