ORLANDO, Fl. — Showers and storms once again developed across parts of Central Florida, as highs Friday again climbed into the low 90s.
- Highs for Friday at 92 degrees
- Afternoon storms return
The showers and storms will again slowly wind down this evening, with temps falling back into the 70s. Expect partly cloudy skies overnight, with very warm lows in the mid-70s.
More rain and storms are expected to start the weekend. We’ll see plenty of morning sun Saturday with showers and storms developing in the PM hours. Highs for Saturday will be back in the low 90s.
The rain chances linger heading into Sunday. Just like Saturday, the best chance for activity will be in the afternoon and evening. Highs to close the weekend will hold in the low 90s.
Some slightly drier air is expected to make a return for early next week. We will still see showers and storms, but the coverage will be lower than the weekend. Highs for Monday and Tuesday will be in the low to mid 90s.
The tropical moisture will move back in for the middle part of next week, with decent rain chances and highs in the low 90s.
Rain chances will remain in place for the end of next week with temps holding in the low 90s.
Boaters will again need to watch out of afternoon showers and storms, with light southwestern winds and seas only 1-2 feet.
Surfers should leave the board at home on Saturday, with flat conditions and minimal traces.
Water temps have climbed into the low 90s along the Atlantic coast, with a low rip current threat Saturday.