Storms bring heavy rain, lightning to Central Florida

Tonight's low: 75 degrees | Tomorrow's high: 91 degrees

Main weather concerns: Tropical moisture returns with storm chances, mainly in the afternoons. Heavy rain, frequent lightning, strong winds, and the chance for hail will be the main weather threats this week. Highs will warm to the upper 80s along the coast and low 90s inland. Stay weather-aware!

Rain and storms will be on the rise starting this afternoon and continue into the evening. Remember, when thunder roars, head indoors. Surf remains at 2-3 feet with a moderate rip current risk.

Heavy rain and frequent lightning will be likely with the possibility of gusty winds and hail. Humidity will be a touch higher today with a high near 91 degrees.

Tropical moisture will rise to begin the week which will lead to the return of daily storm chances. Scattered to even numerous afternoon storms will be likely all week long. Typical hazards like heavy rain, frequent lightning, and gusty winds will be possible in the strongest storms. Many areas could see 1-2" by the end of the work week. Highs will start in the upper 80s Monday, then lower some into the mid-80s due to rain and clouds. Depend on the FOX 35 Storm Team and download our Storm Team weather app to use the interactive radar feature.

Tropical Storm Philippe developed this weekend in the Central Atlantic. This storm is likely to move westward this week before turning north and remaining out at sea. Behind Philippe, another tropical wave is being monitored with an 80% of development over the next 7 days. 

A tropical depression is likely to form mid-week. The FOX 35 Storm Team is also monitoring disorganized showers and thunderstorms in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico. This feature has a 10% chance for further development over the next 7 days. Keep with the FOX 35 Storm Team for the latest updates