Rain chances again Sunday in Central Florida

Back-to-school forecast: Temps in 90s, rainy afternoons

By Danny Treanor - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - Saturday has been another day filled with typical conditions for August  -- heat, humidity and rainstorms -- and Central Florida will see a similar weather pattern Sunday.

Some showers and downpours are expected to continue into Saturday evening, but are expected to end by midnight.

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Temperatures Saturday night will reach lows of 75 degrees in Ocala, 76 degrees in Viera and 77 degrees in Orlando. The chance of rain rests at 60 percent.

"There will be cloudy to partly cloudy skies Sunday, with temperatures running hot for Melbourne at 93, Orlando at 95 and Daytona Beach at 91 degrees," News 6 weather anchor Danny Treanor said.

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A 50 percent chance of rain is forecast for Sunday.

"More of the same can be expected for the upcoming week while we keep an eye on a low that could become a storm (99L) but all models agree that it will not hit Florida," Treanor said.

Kids can expect temperatures in the 90s and rain in the afternoons as they return to school.

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