Tropical disturbance spins showers into Central Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — A tropical disturbance off the coast of Florida will increase the chances of rain and storms on Friday.


Our area will have a 60% chance of seeing scattered rain and showers on Friday.

The storm system also creates dangerous seas and rip currents on Florida’s east coast.

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The disturbance itself is less organized than Thursday.

It will move into northern Florida and southern Georgia later Friday.

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There is still a slight chance the system will become a depression if it can feed off of the warm water before moving inland.

Rain and storm chances will stay active over the weekend.

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Our area will have a 60% to 70% chance of rain and showers on Saturday and Sunday.

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