LIVE RADAR: Sally’s rain bands skirt Central Florida, isolated through the evening

Rainbands moving over Central Florida Monday

ORLANDO, Fla. — Storms are going to be active throughout the day Monday as a lot of tropical moisture is in the area.

Storms are associated with Sally’s rain bands skirting through the Florida Peninsula. Storms will move mainly from the south-southeast to the north-northwest.

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  • Monday’s high is 89.
  • Tonight, isolated showers will continue to move through the area.
  • The low is 76.

There’s lots of action in the tropics but nothing is headed to Central Florida, directly. Read more about the 5 named storms, here.

We will continue to monitor the weather and bring you the latest on our newscasts, on wftv.com and on our Free WFTV Weather App.


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