It’s still a hot one! High temps continue Sunday evening

ORLANDO, Fla. — Weather Alert Day is about to come to an end.


Meteorologist George Waldenberger said excessive heat warnings for Orlando and Central Florida will be replaced with a heat advisory on Monday.

Today, we had a heat index of 111 in Lake County

As far as rain, only spotty through Sunday evening.

But, day by day, the heat backs off, and storm chances will return.

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We are returning to a more normal weather pattern later this week.

Today marks the 19th anniversary of Hurricane Charley hitting Florida. The NHC is now noting a 20% chance of formation for a low-pressure area expected to form off the west coast of Africa over the next seven days.

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