On Sunday, Central Florida will likely experience more rain due to a system in South Florida, and some coastal thunderstorms are also possible.
Main Weather Concerns:
Thanks to the formation of a coastal low just off our shores, some people today are going to have a soggy day. Closer to where the low will form along the Cape, there will be a higher chance of rain. Today, expect sporadic showers further inland (more off and on).
Although it won’t be entirely a washout, make sure to download our FOX 35 Weather app to keep an eye on the radar. Rain will fall more frequently and even heavily at times closer to the coast. Along the Cape, up to 1-2″ could fall.
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With the likelihood of rain and choppy seas, today is not the best day to be at the beach. In the afternoon, passing storms and showers are likely, along with sporadic wind gusts. With a high chance of rip currents, the surf will reach 5 to 6 feet. Beachgoers will soon experience better days!
Today there will be more clouds, and by mid-morning there will be a risk of rain. Although the day may start out dry, it could start to rain at any moment, so keep your umbrella or rain gear close by! Temperatures reach close to 74 degrees as skies are largely cloudy.
The week ahead starts with beautiful weather after many people experienced a dismal day on Sunday. Through Wednesday, expect plenty of sunshine and highs in the mid-seventies. Give yourself some additional time because some places may see some morning fog.
A late-week front that may bring afternoon showers and storms by Thursday and last through Friday is our next chance for precipitation. By the weekend, cooler temperatures and post-frontal winds are back.
On lakecountyfloridanews.com, you may get the most recent information that has become accessible.