Hot Monday in Central Florida as afternoon storm chances go up

ORLANDO, Fla. — Central Florida will see an increased chance of rain and storms on Monday.


After a drier weekend, our area will see a 50% chance of afternoon rain and storms.

Before any potential storms fire up, the average high temperature should reach around 91 degrees.

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Hurricane Ian formed early Monday south of Cuba and is forecast to move into Florida by mid-week.

Ian will increase our rain chances for most of the week.

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The entire state of Florida has been placed under a state of emergency as the massive storm’s patch continues its aim at the state.

As rain bands move through Florida until Wednesday, there will be a risk of tornados and flooding.

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