Once again we'll watch for spotty showers and sprinkles Sunday and we will increased the rain chance to 40percent as passing showers are possible both in the morning and evening.
Numerous showers during the early morning and throughout the afternoon Sunday could produce around 1 inch accumulations and some areas slightly higher amounts where rain becomes more persistent. It will be a cloudy day, with temperatures struggling to reach the low 70s in the afternoon and the winds from the north-northeast between 5 to 10 mph.
Breezy conditions will continue through the Sunday night. This will bring temperatures down to much cooler than normal for the next few days.
Isolated showers are possible throughout Central Florida overnight into Monday.
Scattered showers are expected Tuesday, with the heaviest rain in Brevard, Polk and Osceola counties as another front approaches from the north.
Next week’s forecast
The chance for some isolated showers will stay in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday. In fact, the clouds will still linger through most of the day Monday. The morning will be chilly, Central Florida waking up to temperatures in the upper 50s and the clouds staying put through most of the afternoon will keep keep the high temperatures in the low 70s. About 30 percent of Central Florida should receive measurable rain Monday.
Certified meteorologist Kassandra Crimi will be live on Channel 9 starting at noon with the latest timing of the cold front arriving to Central Florida this weekend. Digital certified meteorologist Irene Sans will also continue to bring you updated on WFTV.com and on our WFTV Weather app.
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