ORLANDO, Fla. — Conditions will be more enjoyable and drier as Central Florida sees a break from widespread afternoon storms.
Rain is expected Saturday afternoon but the chances for rain will be much lower across Central Florida.
The best chance for rain will be a few spotty showers along the east coast, back toward metro Orlando.
Most of rain will be in the northeastern region of Florida, with Central Florida only seeing some scattered pop-up showers in the afternoon.
Temperatures will be fairly comfortable for late July, with highs mainly in the mid-to upper 80s.
Expect Sunday to be similar to Saturday before rain chances come back by the workweek.
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