Numerous storms are expected to develop across Central Florida

Summertime storms are likely once again across the area

Orlando, Fla. – Sunday starts off humid and dry. Through the afternoon, the heat turns up.

Daytime highs are expected to reach 93 degrees in Orlando. As the daytime heating progresses with an accompanying sea breeze, numerous showers and storms are expected after lunch. Showers and storms should come to an end a little after sunset.


This week will be hot and humid with hit-or-miss showers. The main story is still Hurricane Lee churning over the open Atlantic waters. It’ll continue it’s west-northwest journey in the next couple of days before making that expected turn on Wednesday.

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The latest projection from the National Hurricane Center keeps Lee far away from Florida this week, but it’s expected to create hazardous beach and boating conditions beginning on Monday lasting though Thursday. A high rip current risk is expected on Monday along the Atlantic coastline.

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Michelle joined News 6 as a meteorologist in May 2023.