Orlando weather: Tuesday to bring a repeat of storms across Central Florida

Tonight's low: 71 degrees | Tomorrow's high: 83 degrees  

Main weather concerns: Orlando and Central Florida will see a steady stream of moisture flowing over the region from the southwest this week, but that will help cool down temperatures. A repeat of storms for Tuesday has prompted the FOX 35 Storm Team to declare another FOX 35 Storm Alert Day. Download the FOX 35 weather app here

BEACHES: Stay weather aware if you are heading to the beach. It will be a dry start to the day, but after 3 p.m., there is a chance for showers and isolated strong to severe storms. Heavy rain is likely with frequent cloud-to-ground lightning. Any storms will clear out of the area by 10 p.m.

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THEME PARKS: Another humid day at the theme parks. After 2 p.m. scattered storms could pop off with coverage at 70%. Heavy rain and lightning will be likely in the stronger storms with the chance for gusty winds.  Keep an eye on the sky and when you hear thunder roar, head indoors.

OUTLOOK: A weak front will sag south over Florida bringing the chance for rain totals ranging from 2-4" through mid-week. Keep an eye out for localized flooding as the week goes on! Daily storm chances will continue all week with highs in the 80s. Stay tuned and depend on the FOX 35 Storm Team!