Hurricane Larry remains Category 3 storm, bringing rip current threat to Central Florida

Hurricane Larry is still a Category 3 storm as of Sunday morning and will remain in the Atlantic, Channel 9 meteorologist Kassandra Crimi said.

Locally, Larry will increase our surf this week as well as our rip current threat as swells head our direction, Crimi said.

READ: Sunday’s forecast: After cool start, temperatures to reach 90s throughout Central Florida

Crimi is also monitoring Invest 91L over the Yucatán peninsula. No real organization is likely this weekend, she said. But next week, when it’s in the Central Gulf, conditions become more conducive for development.

READ: Hurricane Larry continues to intensify, with 125 mph winds

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Adam Poulisse, WFTV.com

Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.