Tropical disturbance continues to sit off Florida’s east coast

ORLANDO, Fla. — The tropical disturbance off our east coast has not developed over the past day, as dry air continues to disrupt the system.


Environmental conditions are marginally favorable on Sunday, and the National Hurricane Center is highlighting a 50% chance that it could develop into a tropical depression.

Regardless, this is a low impact event for Central Florida.

We will once again see breezy northeasterly winds, and showers moving onshore through the day.

Temperatures on Sunday will be in the low 90s inland and upper 80s near the coast.

Look for rough surf and sea conditions, and an elevated risk of rip currents.

Chief meteorologist Tom Terry

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