ORLANDO, Fla. — Grab your umbrella. We will have a soggy afternoon in Central Florida.
It will be mainly dry to start. We will have scattered storms move in later in the day, at a 60% chance.
Daytime highs will be near 94 degrees. The heat index will be over 100 degrees.
The week ahead will stay active. We will have scattered showers and storms each afternoon, with highs in the low- to mid-90s -- a classic July pattern.
On average, it is the hottest time of the year. 92 degrees is the average high.
In the tropics, a weak system could develop in the northern Gulf late-week near New Orleans.
Either way, there will be lots of rain for coastal Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.
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