Grab your umbrella, you'll need it this afternoon.
Channel 9 meteorologist Brian Shields said Central Florida is in for an extra soggy afternoon on Tuesday with a 70 percent chance of afternoon storms.
"That chance of rain is unusually high for this time of year," he said.
Shields said some of those storms could be strong.
That combined with a high of 93 is set to make for a steamy day across the area.
Channel 9 chief meteorologist Tom Terry said those high rain chances are set to stick around most of the week making for a soggy start to the new school year.
"We'll see more afternoon storms through midweek, then an even higher chance for downpours (later in the) week as a weak front stalls in North Florida," Terry said. "Overall, a busy weather week."
Super active again later - LOTS of rain/storms. Some strong. Localized flooding issues AGAIN. I'm tracking the amounts on Channel 9. pic.twitter.com/BPFcsLlZNG— Brian Shields (@BrianShieldsTV) August 13, 2019
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