ORLANDO, Fla. -- It was a quieter Sunday across the area, with just a few showers and storms developing. 

  • Overnight lows in the mid 70s
  • High rain chances for Monday
  • Tropical Storm Chris may become hurricane

The activity will fade away overnight, with warm lows in the low to mid 70s.

The moisture will quickly return for tomorrow as rain chances will increase to 60 percent, so keep the umbrella close by. The high temps will continue to stay warm in the low 90s.

Drier air will continue to punch into our atmosphere as rain chances decrease again into Tuesday and Wednesday. With lower rain chances, temps will quickly warm up into the low and mid-90s, so stay hydrated.

Rain chances Thursday continue to remain slightly lower with hit-or-miss storms. The highs will stay close to seasonable average in the low 90s.

PM storms will continue into Friday that can be capable of producing frequently lightning, torrential rain, and gusty winds. The warmth will persist with highs in the low 90s.

Next weekend will be a copy and paste with highs staying in the low 90s and rain chances remaining at 50 percent.


The Atlantic remains active with two tropical storms, Chris and Beryl. Both are no threat to Florida.

Tropical Storm Chris remains no threat to land, but will cause rough surf conditions for the coast of the Carolinas.  Chris may become a hurricane in the next 36 hours; however, a frontal system will sweep it away into the Atlantic.

Beryl was downgraded to a remnant low Sunday evening.  The system will still produce gusty winds and heavy rainfall to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.

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