Warm evening ahead with a possible stray shower

Meteorologist George Waldenberger said there was record heat once again today.


He said it would stay warm into the evening, and winds would weaken Saturday night.

But a stray shower is also possible this evening, mainly in Marion and Flagler counties.

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Temperatures stay warm overnight, with areas of fog by morning.

On Sunday, we should expect to have more changes.

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As a front sags over Central Florida, temperatures won’t be as hot as Saturday.

We will also have a chance for showers Sunday.

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And although areas of rain will be possible at any point in the day, the highest chance for showers will be later in the afternoon, and lightning will be possible.

Any rain would taper off Sunday night, with another chance for spotty rain Monday, which could help out Central Florida, as we are in a moderate drought.

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