ORLANDO, Fla. — Some dry air continued to wrap around low pressure to end our weekend, so we only had a few spotty showers develop.

There was plenty of sunshine that helped to warm temperatures quickly into the low 90s.

Most of us will be dry overnight with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures heading into Monday morning will fall into the mid-70s. 

Our Monday will be a bit different, with a front moving a little bit closer to Central Florida. This will allow moisture to move back in and increase rain chances. Temperatures will stay around 90 degrees.

The coverage of rain will stay elevated through the middle of the week. It will run at 50 to 60 percent through Wednesday. High temperatures will continue to reach the upper 80s and lower 90s. By the Labor Day weekend, a more normal coverage of afternoon storms will return. 

The coverage of rain will drop back to 40 percent for the start of next weekend. High temperatures will be in the low to mid-90s.Overnight lows will be in the mid-70s.

Boating Forecast

A few afternoon storms may keep you from heading to the beach of out on the boat to start the work week. Otherwise, ocean conditions look favorable with smooth waters and a low rip-current threat. 

Tropical Update

In the tropics, low pressure near Florida is back out over the Atlantic and moving away. There is still a high chance this low could become tropical, but it will have no impact on Central Florida.

Dorian formed Saturday morning in the Central Atlantic. This system is becoming more organized as it moves west toward the Lesser Antilles. Tropical storm watches and warnings have been posted. Once in the Caribbean, intensification into a hurricane is possible.

Atlantic hurricane season runs through November 30.

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