Cold front moving through with rain chances higher Saturday evening

ORLANDO, Fla. — Chilly weather is expected overnight.


A cold front has already passed, and now temperatures will fall through morning.


There’s a chance for a few light spotty showers too, but most areas will be dry.

Original report:

The clouds have returned, and so will a few showers this evening, but only in some neighborhoods.

Saturday was warm and breezy, with most of the rain well north of Orlando, but now the showers are developing around Central Florida.

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Meteorologist George Waldenberger said the rain and storms falling over North Florida earlier today were associated with a passing cold front.

As it progresses, scattered rain, even some thunder, will be possible this evening.

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There is around a 50% chance that the developing showers will hit your neighborhood, but coastal areas will have a higher chance.

For Sunday, temperatures will be much cooler after the front passes.

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Only a slight chance for a shower during the day, but Sunday evening through Monday morning, a few light showers will be possible, mainly for Brevard, Osceola, Seminole and Orange counties.

The cool air will linger through Monday, with much warmer weather reaching us by the second part of next week.

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