Rain will die down in evening hours across Orlando with afternoon showers returning on Tuesday

Orlando Weather Forecast

Tonight's low: 76 degrees | Tomorrow's high: 92 degrees 

Main weather concerns: Rain returns on Tuesday afternoon after around 3 p.m. with highs hitting 90 degrees+ across the region with a healthy dose of early sunshine. Some of the storms could get on the stronger side. Heavy rain, lightning, and wind gusts will be the primary issues in any of the stronger storms. 

BEACHES: Another very warm day along the coast with highs around 90. Storm chances will rise by mid-afternoon and continue into the evening hours. Some of the storms could be on the stronger side as they move offshore. A moderate rip current risk returns with surf in the 1-3' range with a continuation of an Easterly swell in the water. High tide is around 6:30 a.m., and low tide is around 2 p.m.

THEME PARKS: It will be a sweltering day at the parks, especially early in the afternoon where heat index values are expected to peak as high as 105 degrees. It is important to take breaks and find the A/C when you can. Storm chances will be on the rise by 2 pm with heavy downpours, lightning, and gusty winds likely through the late afternoon.

OUTLOOK: A series of systems will pass by Florida early this week. Combined with high levels of heat and tropical moisture, we will continue to see likely storm chances every afternoon.  The flood threat could rise in areas that see repeated torrential downpours. Highs will reach the 90s with lows in the upper 70s to being August.

TRACKING THE TROPICS: The FOX 35 Storm Team is monitoring a distant, tropical wave (96L) in the Central Atlantic. This feature has an 80% of development over the next 7 days. 


It is expected to become a tropical depression over the next day or so and stay out at sea.  A second area of low pressure East of the Carolinas has a 30% chance of developing over the next few days, this stays out at sea as well. The team will continue tracking, keeping you updated along the way. The remainder of the tropics remains quiet for now