Orlando weather forecast: Dry start to the week as storms begin to build

Tonight's low: 78 degrees

Tomorrow's high: 94 degrees

Rain: 40% chance PM Storms

Main weather concerns:
We'll see a few sea breeze-driven isolated afternoon storms through tomorrow, but with dry air aloft, any storms that form could be strong with damaging wind gusts and frequent cloud-to-ground lightning. They'll also be slow-moving, allowing a quick 1"-3" of rain to fall inside 1.5hrs. We'll see many more evening storms later this week as a flow from the west establishes, allowing deeper, tropical humidity to arrive.

Mainly dry conditions expected with just a few midday showers possible tomorrow. Seas 2-3 feet with moderate risk of rip currents. Later this week we'll catch from swell a departing Hurricane Earl. By Friday this week we may see 4-6 ft breakers and a high risk for rip currents.

Hot and humid conditions with isolated storms tomorrow afternoon.
Feels like temperatures will be in the triple digits, so make sure to
stay hydrated and take breaks inside the a/c. Best chance for rain between 3pm-7pm.
Heavy rain and lightning will be likely.

Dry early this week but much stormier from Wed-Sunday this week with afternoon rain chances from 70-80%! Watch for nuisance flooding in poor drainage areas.

Two named systems exist (Early and Danielle) and a third  (future Fiona) may develop this week. The peak of the season approaches on September 10th, but there's nothing threatening Florida and no signs of a threat any time soon.