ORLANDO, Fla. - Tonight's Low: 62 degrees | Tomorrow's low: 84 degrees | Rain: 0%
Main weather concerns: Another quiet evening across Central Florida with fall-like temperatures. Flood issues remain a concern across Central Florida. Flooding will be a major at St. Johns River through midweek above Lake Harney, near DeLand, near Geneva, and at Astor.
Thursday, high temperatures reach the low 80s at the beaches. There will be plenty of sunshine all day long. Be careful while swimming. The water rip current risk will be high. The surf will be between 2-3 ft.
Another dry day for the parks on Thursday. Sunny skies with clouds at times. High temperatures peak into the mid-80s. The temperatures will drop down into the 60s at night.
A great end to the week with dry conditions. The humidity remains low for comfortable days and chilly nights. Temperatures will be in the mid-80s through the end of the week increasing to the upper-80s by the end of the week. Next Monday, the humidity will start to increase and the chance of rain chance return.
There are two areas that the FOX 35 Storm Team is keeping track of. Tropical depression #12 is distant out in the Atlantic, while a disturbance is approaching the windward islands. Tropical depression #12 is no threat to land. However, the disturbance has an 80 percent chance of development within the next 5 days, as it approaches the eastern Caribbean by the weekend. In the long term, the disturbance looks to stay down toward the Southern Caribbean, moving over to Central America.
This feature looks to stay over the Southern Caribbean longer term, heading closer to Central America. Depression #12 is no threat to any land areas.