Stationary front to keep rain, storm chances high Wednesday in Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Rain and storm chances will stick around Wednesday in Central Florida.


A stationary front over Florida is helping to keep our weather very active.

After a few early morning showers, our area will have a 70% chance for rain and storms Wednesday afternoon.

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Just like Monday and Tuesday, some storms could be strong and will bring a threat of flooding.

The high temperature in Orlando should reach around 85 degrees Wednesday afternoon.

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This active weather pattern will remain until the end of the week.

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