Dry stretch continues in Central Florida. Here’s what to expect

Flooding remains threat in Orlando area after Hurricane Ian

ORLANDO, Fla. – We continue to pinpoint dry conditions across Central Florida with high temperatures in the low to middle 80s inland and the upper 70s along the coast.

Rain chances stay out of the forecast all week.

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Flooding concerns continue in the region, however.

The St. Johns River at Astor appears to have crested at about 4.7 feet following Hurricane Ian. It will remain at major flood stage for at least the next week. Upstream forecast points at DeLand, Sanford and Lake Harney at Geneva are still on the rise. The Saint Johns River near Cocoa is forecast to crest into Monday.

The Little Wekiva River has dropped below record flood levels but is forecast to remain steady, near major flood stage, through at least Tuesday.

Shingle Creek near Campbell has crested at about 64.2 feet and began to slowly decline, but will remain above record flood stage through the start of the week.


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From chasing tornadoes and tracking the tropics, to forecasting ice storms and other dangerous weather, Troy Bridges has covered it all! Troy is an award-winning meteorologist who always prepares you for the day ahead on the News 6 Morning News.