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Another early start time for storms in Central Florida
Rinse, wash and repeat. After the first half of the morning is sunny, serval downpours and few storms will get going before lunch. The best chance to see the pre-lunch action will be east of I-4 and ...
Storms continue across Central Florida on Sunday
Read: Witnesses say fight led to deputy-involved shooting at Orange County hotel Rain and storms will return to Central Florida again on Sunday. Some brief coastal morning showers are possible.
Miami gets a weather change. When will it rain? How hot will it be? And the tropics?
With all apologies to songwriter Bob Seger, if you sat and wondered, “how far off,” the National Weather Service in Miami can tell you: Not far off at all for the next few days. The expected scattered ...
Orlando weather forecast: More storms expected in Central Florida
Rain chances return to the area after 2-3pm as showers and storms develop. Heavy rain, lightning and strong wind gusts. Like we've seen over the last few days, storms having been briefly pulsing up to ...
Afternoon thunderstorms, then mostly sunny for remainder of week
A little cloudy this morning with thunder in the far distance, but we should be seeing more sunny skies starting tomorrow for the weather in Sebastian, Florida. We don’t think there will be much rain ...
Florida Weather Forecast: Hot and sunny in Central Florida, chance for afternoon storms
Drier air is keeping a cap on the shower activity across Central Florida in the early afternoon. Shower and storm activity will increase with the afternoon sea breeze. However, it will be scattered in ...
Afternoon storms to move across Central Florida
The afternoon storm ... through the weekend, with scattered afternoon storms each day. READ: Boris Johnson agrees to step down as British prime minister, reports say The tropics remain quiet. If you ...
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Researchers are unsure about whether human-caused climate change will mean longer or more active hurricane seasons in the future, but there is broad agreement on one thing: Global ...