Sunday evening forecast: Spotty storms to start the week

ORLANDO, Fla. — Spotty storms have developed and will be possible around sunset.


We’ll see quiet conditions overnight and early Monday morning.

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While we cannot rule out a few coastal showers, the highest chance of storms will be middle to late Monday afternoon, especially during your evening drive.

Drier and hotter weather is expected to return for the second half of the workweek.

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Throughout the week, Severe Weather Center 9 be monitoring the Tropical Atlantic as a tropical wave begins to move across the open waters.

Right now, the NHC gives this disturbance a 40% chance of developing into a tropical depression or a named storm by Friday.

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We’ll be monitoring this system by next weekend to see if it will organize and where it will go.

Meteorologist George Waldenberger said there are a lot of “if” scenarios, which will likely be the pattern as we get through the peak of hurricane season.

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