Another wet weekend hits Central Florida, TS Fiona bears down on Puerto Rico

ORLANDO, Fla. — Saturday is going to be another wet and stormy day across Central Florida.

The elevated rain chance will stick around through the entire weekend.


Slow-moving storms will bring the potential for heavy rain in the afternoon.

We will be keeping an eye on the potential for localized flooding.

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By the middle of next week, we’ll see some noticeable changes with much drier weather making a return.

Keeping an Eye on the Tropics: Tropical Storm Fiona continues to move through the Caribbean. It is expected to move just south of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

Tropical storm impacts are already being felt in Puerto Rico and will continue through the weekend.

Puerto Rico could see up to a foot of rain over the next 48 hours.

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TS Fiona is forecasted to strengthen over the next day or so, and could reach hurricane strength by late Sunday and early Monday.

Models continue to keep Fiona well east of Florida into next week.

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Chief meteorologist Tom Terry

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