ORLANDO, Fla. – More moisture and energy will move into Central Florida from the Gulf of Mexico, leading to the risk of another round of strong to severe storms.
Weather officials placed the region at a “marginal risk” for severe weather on Friday, later narrowing the highlighted area east of Orlando, mainly along I-4 and the East Coast.
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The main threats will be strong winds, lightning and heavy rain. There’s a moderate risk of hail and a low risk of tornadoes.
Cloud cover has kept rain away through noon, but we could see strong storms developing in the afternoon.
High temperatures will be in the mid-80s in Orlando, with a 60% coverage of rain.
Rain coverage will be 60% on Saturday and 70% on Sunday.
Expect a high in the upper 80s for Saturday, but only the upper 70s on Sunday.
Next week looks mostly dry, with highs in the low and mid-80s.