Afternoon could see showers and lightning, as moisture flows in from the south

Image 1 of 5

Central Florida's local airmass remains rather tropical, as moisture flows in from the south in the wake of Alberto, which is now a subtropical depression.

Skies will feature sun and clouds this Tuesday morning, with rain chances rising from late morning into the afternoon, eventually hitting 60%. The moisture primed atmosphere will have the ability to put down hefty rain amounts in spots and produce lots of lighting. Rain chances will ease before 10 p.m. Tuesday night, lowering to 30%.

Temperatures will hit highs near 88 inland, mid-80s along the coast. Lows tonight will be near 74.

Rain accumulations look pretty heavy throughout the weekend, as many locations will see an additional three to four inches through Sunday.