ORLANDO, Fla. – The past week has seen a return to the typical summer pattern in Central Florida.
Daily afternoon storms have ignited along the east and west coast sea breeze and have erupted and lingered through the night. A few storms will develop around lunch and increase in coverage through the afternoon.
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Storm chances gradually wind down after 7 p.m. and high temperatures will once again top out in the mid 90s. We’ll see a repeat performance Sunday.
After a dry start, thunderstorms will become likely by the early afternoon . There is a moderate risk for rip currents.
There are two tropical waves being highlighted by the National Hurricane Center for possible development. There are no immediate threats to Florida.
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