10:16 p.m. Update:
While many areas stayed dry, Marion, Flagler and portions of Sumter, Lake and Volusia Counties had rain, with more than an inch in parts of Flagler County.
Meteorologist George Waldenberger said the showers are slowly tapering off and by morning, the weather should be quiet with areas of fog. Drive safely.
Meteorologist George Waldenberger said three fronts are on the way.
Scattered rain is in the forecast for central Florida as a series of fronts pass over Central Florida.
The first warm front will pass through overnight. A few showers will continue for northern zones with this front, especially for Marion, Flagler, North Lake, North Sumter and Volusia Counties.
Since the front will have passed by Sunday, we should expect it to feel much warmer, with temperatures in the 80s.
But then our next cool front will approach, so spotty rain will be possible in the afternoon, with a higher chance for showers Sunday night. Any showers will taper off early Monday morning.
The final front will arrive Wednesday night, and with it, scattered rain will occur Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
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