Orlando Weather Forecast: Another wet, stormy Wednesday ahead for Central Florida
ORLANDO, Fla. - Tonight's low: 67 degrees | Today's high: 82 degrees | Rain: 70%
Main weather concerns: Central Florida can expect another round of showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday, primarily after 2 p.m. Strong storms are again possible with the chance of heavy rain, lightning, strong wind gusts, and small hail. Wednesday's wicked weather will start with the east coast seabreeze and move west and intensify before colliding with the west coast seabreeze over western counties of the FOX 35 viewing area. Stay weather aware in all locations and DOWNLOAD THE FOX 35 WEATHER APP.
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BEACHES: The beaches will see increasing clouds, and rain chances today. A few strong storms are possible in southern Brevard County. Heavy rain and lightning will accompany some of the storms and will pose a big hazard along the coast during this time. Rip current risk is moderate with afternoon highs in the upper-70s if not near 80 degrees.
THEME PARKS: The theme parks look dry until early mid-afternoon. After 2 p.m., lightning storms will develop with a rise in thunderstorms. Heavy rain, lightning, gusty winds, and hail will accompany the stronger storms. Highs park-side hit in the low-mid 80s, and humidity is a bit higher.
OUTLOOK: Stormy weather is likely for the entire week here in Central Florida. Showers and storms are in play each afternoon/ evening. Strong to locally severe storms will be possible and dependent on the daily set-up and overall weather situation. Wednesday is a FOX 35 Weather Impact Day, as there is a possibility for severe storms in Orlando, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Leesburg, The Villages, Gainesville, and Palm Coast.
Heavy rain and lightning at the least can be expected each afternoon and evening. Rain amounts through the period will likely cash in around 1-3 inches of accumulation. Depend on the FOX 35 Storm Team and download the FOX 35 Storm Team weather app to track the live radar right on your cell phone.