Big storms have been pouring in Brevard county. The outflow boundary of cooler air from these storms is rolling across Seminole and Orange county right now. It is producing several showers along the way.

Later this push of air will collide with the West Coast Sea Breeze and produce some heavy storms across Lake county…most of this action will drift slowly north over Lake and Marion counties into the night.

This is radar at 4:40 P.M. as I am writing.


The low tonight in Orlando will drop to the mid-70s.

Tomorrow looks like more of the same on the way. Our high will be 93, rain chances will be 40%.

Thursday will have a high of 93 and a rain chance of 30%.

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will all have a high of 92 and a 50% chance of rain.

The tropics look about the same as yesterday. Tropical Depression Two is still there, moving west quickly, and is forecast to dissipate on Thursday.

Here are the models….

And a quick look at the system on the sat shot. 

I’m going to go get busy with radar and have a full report coming up at 5, 5:30, 6, 7, and 11 on Local 6 News. See you there.