Moisture surge increases rain and storm chances Tuesday in Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Central Florida will see a significant increase in rain and storm activity on Tuesday.


Our area will have a 70% chance of seeing rain and storms on Tuesday.

The storm activity is being fueled by a moisture surge from the south, which will just keep coming this week.

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Several inches of rain will be likely through the end of the week.

The high chance of rain continues through at least Friday.

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The extra rain and storms will also help to keep our temperatures lower.

After seeing highs near 100 degrees over the weekend, our high temperatures will be in the mid-to upper-80s over the next few days.

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Channel 9 meteorologists are monitoring the tropics, which remain quiet overall.

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