Hot and humid with hit-or-miss storms across Central Florida

A few storms could produce heavy rain at times

ORLANDO, Fla. – Happy Sunday! The morning begins very quiet across Central Florida. A stationary front lingered over the area Saturday afternoon, keeping the weather unsettled.

Now, that front has transitioned into a warm front and is expected to lift to the north today, keeping the winds out of the west between 5-15 mph.

Rain chances are expected to go up to 40-50% through the afternoon hours. Daytime high are expected to climb into the lower 90s and staying humid.

Rain coverage

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Beach conditions remain hazardous today. There is a high rip current risk along the Atlantic coast with the surf between 5-6 feet. Swim near a lifeguard or try to avoid going into the water.

Monday, a weak cool front is expected to approach the area. It’ll still be hot and humid with highs in the lower 90s.

A few showers and storms are possible with a 30% coverage for it. That front is expected to bring slightly drier and more comfortable air to the area beginning Monday night and lasting through Wednesday.

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Michelle joined News 6 as a meteorologist in May 2023.