Yes, more rain will fall on Central Florida. Here’s what you need to know

Orlando area deals with flooding concerns

ORLANDO, Fla. – Thursday is once again an Inconvenient Weather Day across Central Florida, with the main threat being heavy rain that could lead to flooding.

The threat for severe storms, including lightning and damaging wind, is fairly low.

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We are watching a front stalled out across parts of Central Florida, but mainly to the south of us, as an area of low pressure rides along the front.

That, combined with sea breezes, will lead to showers and thundershowers, but again, the threat for a lot of lightning and strong winds, is lower than the threat of flooding.

Expect a 90% coverage of rain on Thursday and a 70% coverage on Friday.

Rain chances are much lower as we see low pressure move away by the weekend.

There’s a 20% coverage of rain on Saturday and Sunday.

Rain coverage will be 10% on Memorial Day.

High temperatures will be close to 80 from Thursday through Saturday.

By Monday, temperatures are back up near 90 degrees.

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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.