Monday forecast: Partly cloudy, afternoon storms likely

ORLANDO, Fla. — Update:

A quick band of storms are approaching downtown Orlando, but they will not last long as they march east through the I-4 corridor at about 25 mph.


Tom Terry and George Waldenberger are tracking the storms in Severe Weather Center 9.

See their updated forecast on Channel 9 Eyewitness News at 4 or by clicking here.

Earlier story:

Monday will see mostly sunny skies throughout the morning with a 50% chance of storms in the afternoon.

Expect temperatures to reach the mid-90s.

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Tuesday looks the same, with a slight chance of some rain in the morning and a 30% chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon.

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Looking ahead to the rest of the week, the chance of rain is low through midweek. It will be hot with temperatures in the mid-90s through Wednesday.

Heading into the weekend, the chance of afternoon storms will increase with the potential for rain at about 30%.

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