We'll see one more active day of rain and then a drier trend sets in that includes the holiday weekend.
The low pressure system that kept rainy conditions around the last three days is beginning to pull away and that reduces the chance of rain beginning tomorrow. It also increases the temperatures for the remainder of the week and the weekend.
Another round of scattered showers and storms will develop this afternoon. Stronger storms will occur with boundary collisions. Expect daytime highs to range from 85 at the beach to 89 in the interior.
Tonight, storms will linger through early evening. Overnight, expect partly cloudy skies and muggy conditions. Lows tonight will range from 67 in Ocala to 68 in Palm Coast to 71 in Orlando to 70 in Melbourne.
Tomorrow, winds will be variable and weaken. This keeps the area quite warm and uncomfortable. Enough moisture hangs around to produce a 20 percent chance of rain. Highs will reach the mid to upper 80s along the coast, with low 90s inland.
By the end of the week, a frontal boundary moves through Central Florida. Behind it, drier air moves in for the upcoming weekend. A lot lower rain chances and seasonable temperatures are expected.
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