ORLANDO, Fla. — Drier air has moved into Central Florida, resulting in isolated showers and highs in the low to mid 90s.
- Temps in the mid-90s
- Low rain chances this afternoon
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For Central Florida, rain chances remain low for Saturday, but start to increase back up by Sunday as temperatures stay hot.
Only a few isolated showers developed Friday afternoon, but ended early. The rest of the night will be quiet with mostly clear skies and seasonable temperatures in the mid-70s.
Plenty of sunshine is in store for Saturday with only a few afternoon showers and storms possible.
With a lot of sunshine and winds out of the southwest, temperatures will soar into the 90s. It’s going to be hot with high humidity.
Temperatures will remain hot for Sunday, but moisture pushes back into the area and increases the chance for rain to end the weekend. A typical pattern resumes next week.
Ocean conditions will start to improve this weekend, but there is still high rip current threat.
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In the tropics, Florence will continue to slowly move west over South Carolina, bringing significant rainfall through early next week before moving out and weakening.
Florence made landfall around 7:15 a.m. Friday morning near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.
With the eyewall over land, winds will start to decrease, but major impacts will still be felt in North and South Carolina for the next several days.
With this slow moving storm, several inches to even feet of rain will cause significant flooding.
Isaac has weakened to a depression in Caribbean and looks to pose no threat as it travels west.
There is also Joyce and Helene in the north central Atlantic that will not impact the U.S. as they stay well to our east.
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