Rain moves in ahead of storm system

ORLANDO, Fla. — 5:30 p.m. Update:

Moderate to heavy downpours will continue through late Saturday evening ahead of a storm system.

We’ll also have scattered rain on Monday, but a pair of fronts are on the way to give us a #FallMakeover soon.

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Our next round of steady rain is Thursday and this system will usher in a prolonged Fall bout of weather and the coolest of the season for Halloween weekend.

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A stationary front will sit just south of us on Sunday, helping our rain chance out this afternoon and evening.

We will see a 40% chance for rain and isolated storms on Sunday.


This pattern will stick around until Monday, before drying out Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Sunday will see mostly cloudy skies and warm temperatures with highs in the mid-and-upper 80s.

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For those wanting some more fall changes, they are in the forecast. A pre-Halloween front will bring not only another chance for rain and storms, but it will also bring some cooler weather.

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Highs are expected to peak in the 70s Friday and Saturday.

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