• Rain clears out as another front looms

    By: Irene Sans , George Waldenberger , James Tutten


    The rain is gone away for now, but not for long.


    Rain tapered off across Central Florida overnight after a front stalled out over the state Sunday.


    Rain was coming down across Central Florida over the weekend and even reached record numbers in some places.


    Melbourne broke its daily rainfall record with .75 inches, beating the old record of .61 inches set in 1983.


    Also in Brevard County, Palm Bay received over an inch of rain on Sunday.


    By mid-afternoon, a band of showers drifting north of Orlando and Melbourne drifted closer to Daytona Beach as many events were going on at the Speedway.


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    Rains lifted north of Osceola County Sunday afternoon as cities, including St. Could, saw nearly an inch of rain.


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    Weather will be stable but warm on Monday, with temperatures reaching the low 80s. 

    Next week, another front will make its way down to Florida, and a similar setup like we are having this weekend will repeat between Tuesday and Wednesday; a cold front will then push down and become stationary, and then will retract as a warm front.

    Another round of showers is in the forecast for those days.



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