Isolated showers overnight; numerous storms Wednesday

The clouds held the temperatures in the mid-80s across Central Florida Tuesday afternoon. Showers and storms produced over 1 inch of rain for Bithlo and Ocoee. Metro Orlando rain estimates marked the half-inch. 
The sky will remain mostly cloudy Tuesday evening, with a few isolated showers overnight with low temperatures falling to the low 70s. 
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Numerous thunderstorms are expected on Wednesday. A cold front will be crossing Central Florida and the storm chance will continue to be above 50 percent. The work-week will end with drier and much more comfortable conditions. There will be mostly sunny skies and the humidity will also feel much lower.

There are 3 areas we are watching in the tropics. Fortunately, all three areas are moving away from Florida.

The rip current risk is moderate. "Long period of east swells will contribute to a moderate risk for rip currents at east Central Florida beaches. Always swim within sight of life guard. Rough surf will also impact the surf zone and be hazardous to swimmers entering the ocean today," according to the National Weather Service.

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