Rain and storm chances stay high Thursday as tropical disturbance moves away from Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Rain and storm chances will remain high on Thursday.


A tropical disturbance will continue to move offshore and away from Florida.

Our area will have a 60% chance of scattered rain and storms on Thursday.

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Rain chances will be around 40% on Friday and through the weekend.

We will have highs in the low-90s with partly cloudy skies over the weekend.

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Channel 9 meteorologists are also monitoring the chance for tropical development in the western Gulf of Mexico.

A tropical storm could develop and then push toward Mexico or Texas.

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Thankfully, there are no tropical threats for Florida.

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