It’s hot! Dry, warm temps Sunday evening

ORLANDO, Fla. — June is starting the month with hot temperatures, and today we didn’t have much rain to cool things off.


Meteorologist George Waldenberger said a few areas are getting storms as we finish the weekend.

The highest chance for these thundershowers will be through sunset hour in Marion, Polk, Sumter, and Lake Counties.

Then, a drier weather pattern sets in with a small chance of rain over the next few days.

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The possibility for more scattered afternoon storms returns later in the week, so don’t forget your umbrella.

Meanwhile, the beaches will continue to have dangerous rip currents.

Coastal flooding and erosion will be possible during the next high tide cycles: 9 p.m. Sunday and 10 p.m. Monday, as water levels may be two feet higher than usual.

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