ORLANDO, Fla – The bulk of the heavy rain associated with a disorganized tropical system is staying in South Florida, as expected. A few, gusty tropical downpours will continue to be possible through Saturday evening. Otherwise, under overcast skies, highs will only top out in the lower 80s. Wind gusts at times will be on the order of 20-30mph, especially south of Orlando.
The rip current threat will increase later Saturday and into early next week as Potential Tropical Cyclone One, the system responsible for any rain Saturday, moves away from Florida.
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Routine, scattered afternoon thunderstorms return to Central Florida Sunday as highs climb back into the lower 90s.
Other than Potential Tropical Cyclone One moving through South Florida, no new development is expected over the next five days in the Atlantic