Scattered rain returns to Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Finally, rain is in the forecast.


Meteorologist George Waldenberger said that scattered rain could be on the way today.

There are a few storms, hit or miss, through the late evening.

Then overnight and daily for the rest of the week, passing showers, and heavy at times, will be possible.

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We’ll mainly be watching the risk of lightning and areas of flooding, but an isolated, strong, damaging, wind-producing storms cannot be ruled out.

Through the week, the highest rainfall amounts will be concentrated farther south, and there is a high chance of localized flooding.

With clouds and rain, temperatures will not be nearly as hot.

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It’ll be humid, though.

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