ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s been another quiet and warm evening across Central Florida, but showers are again possible overnight.
- Scattered showers likely this weekend
- Temps to fall into the 70s overnight
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Some coastal activity will push into the areas east of I-95 through the early morning, with the best chance in Brevard Co. Overnight lows will be in the low 70s.
Rain chances continue to close the weekend Sunday. We will again see a blend of sun and clouds during the day, with scattered showers likely developing in the midday and afternoon hours. Highs for Sunday will be back in the upper 80s.
Tropical moisture is on the way for next week, increasing rain and storm chances. The deep moisture begins to push in on Monday, resulting in more humidity and better coverage of showers and storms. Highs for Monday will be in the upper 80s.
Even more moisture arrives for the middle part of next week. This will bring even more cloud cover and fairly decent coverage of showers and storms. Highs Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the upper 80s.
There is some uncertainty about the forecast for late next week. Right now, it looks like elevated rain chances will persist Thursday-Saturday, with highs in the upper 80s.
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Tropical Storm Leslie continue to spin in the open waters of the central Atlantic. Leslie will continue to move in an eastward direction over the next several days, but is still expected to maintain tropical storm status. Leslie will also continue to throw large swell toward the east coast of the US.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Fourteen formed Saturday evening. The system is expected to become a tropical depression on Sunday and a tropical storm late Sunday or early Monday.
The complex will lift northward into the Gulf of Mexico, with possible direct impacts along the northern Gulf coast including the Florida Panhandle. When this system becomes a tropical storm, its name will be ‘Michael’.
Elsewhere, Tropical Storm Leslie continue to spin in the open waters of the central Atlantic. Leslie will continue to move in an eastward direction over the next several days, but is still expected to maintain tropical storm status. Leslie will also continue to throw large swell toward the east coast of the US.
A third area of interest has formed in the eastern Atlantic, but it has a low chance of development.
Hurricane season runs through Nov. 30.
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