ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s a warm and windy day in the 80s.
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But Meteorologist George Waldenberger said storms would develop in North Florida and move through Central Florida overnight.
So rain on the rooftop and thunder will be possible as you sleep tonight.
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What’s left of the rain may impact parts of Brevard County for the early Monday morning commute, but it will be moving out.
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A brief cooldown will follow, with a brief return to the 80s on Wednesday.
I love the 80s...but I'm not turning the AC on because a cold front moves in overnight. pic.twitter.com/Len5lBYBtY— George Waldenberger (@GWaldenWFTV) January 22, 2023
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Another front and a round of showers will come through on Wednesday night, and then another late-week cooldown.
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