Central Florida sees breezy conditions after Saturday’s rain maker

ORLANDO, Fla. — The rain Saturday broke multiple records for rainfall totals in Central Florida.


Most counties saw 2 to 5 inches of rainfall Saturday afternoon and evening. Some communities in Marion and Flagler counties had more than 5 inches of rain.

Areas in Flagler County were reporting ponding on roadways.

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For Sunday, an area of low pressure that brought all the rain will push northeast and move off Florida’s coastline by late Sunday morning.

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The low pressure is pulling a cold front through the area, which will keep some morning showers in the forecast.

A wind advisory is in place for most of Central Florida, with wind speeds as high as 15-25 mph and gusts near 35 mph.

Sunday will start with our warmest weather of the day in the early morning.

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But your afternoon will be drier, windier, and cooler as a rush of cool air will occur this afternoon, dropping temperatures throughout the day.

Tonight, expect lows to reach the 40s and 50s.

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