Heavy rain, storms in forecast make for soggy Saturday in Central Fla.

Rain to push out of Central Florida by 11 p.m.

By Madeline Evans - Meteorologist

ORLANDO, Fla. - Central Florida can expect to see a soggy set up of a weekend. Most of Central Florida will reach the high 80s or low 90s, but temperatures will feel as though they're reaching triple digits.

Orlando will reach a high of 93 degrees Saturday with a 60 percent coverage of rain.

It will stay dry through the early afternoon. Then, by 1 or 2 p.m., light scattered showers will push into parts of Orange and Seminole counties. Heavier rain and thunderstorms will push into Marion, Orange, Brevard and Osceola counties by 5 p.m.

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"There is a good chance of some heavier thunderstorms by 8 p.m., mainly for Osceola and Brevard counties," News 6 meteorologist Madeline Evans said.

The rain will make its way out by 11 p.m., leaving conditions pleasant for the rest of the night.

"It is a good day to go to the beach since the east coast won't see rain until 5 p.m.," Evans said.

Daytona Beach will reach a high of 91 degrees, with the water temperature sitting at 80 degrees. There is a moderate rip current risk on the water.

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Temperatures will reach a low of 77 degrees Saturday night.

Sunday will see a similar weather pattern, as temperatures reach a high of 94 degrees in Orlando and rain coverage at 60 percent again.

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