Tonight's low: 75 degree
Tomorrow's high: 92 degrees
Main weather concerns: Strong thunderstorms will move through Marion, Sumter, and Lake Counties through late afternoon. Expect wind gust over 40 mph, lightning, and heavy rain. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will linger through the evening for Orange and Osceola Counties. These storms will continue to track to the Northeast headed towards the Space Coast. Brevard County has already seen rainfall totals between 2-3" today, so localized flooding will be a threat. (Other threats with threats storms include wind gusts up to 50 mph, lightning, and heavy rain. Remember to wait 30 minutes until the last lightning strike to resume any outdoor activities.
Partly sunny skies on Sunday at the beaches, then a slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. There is an 80 % chance of showers and thunderstorms. Not the best beach day. Highs will be near 90, but "feels-like" temperatures will range from 102-106. Make sure to stay hydrated. The water temperature will be in the low 80s. The rip current risk will be moderate, as seas will reach 2-3 ft.
A rainy day for the parks on Monday. Rain starts early around 8 am and continues through the late afternoon. The storms will clear out by 5 pm, just in time to get a clear view of the fireworks. There will be an 80 % chance of rain throughout the day. Temperatures will peak in the low 90s. Remember to stay hydrated while walking through the parks.
Everday this week rain chances will be between 60-70%. Showers and Thunderstorm each afternoon with gusty winds, frequent lightning, and heavy rain. Temperatures will be in the low 90s, but "feels-like" temperatures will be in the triple digits to start the week. Make sure to drink plenty of water if outside for prolonged periods of time. Do not get caught in the rain, download the FOX 35 Storm Team App, and take the radar with you on the go!
A tropical wave located off the Western coast of Africa now has a 20% chance of development within the next 5 days. No threat to Florida. Download the FOX 35 Storm Team App to track the tropics in real-time!
We are now technically in the back half of the hurricane season, but still plenty more to go! Track the tropics in real-time on the FOX 35 Storm Team weather app.