Rainy Sunday is finally here; the drought continues

Rainy Sunday is finally here; the drought continues.
Mostly cloudy skies and some scattered showers prevail this Sunday due to a mid-level disturbance traveling mainly over southern Florida from the Gulf of Mexico.
The main bulk of the precipitation will stay focused oN southern Florida, but a few beneficial downpours will make it to parts of Central Florida.
We are not expecting a washed out Sunday, but scattered rains will be welcomed as we continue to experience a severe drought in much of the region.
It’s going to feel muggy.
A weak cold front will be traveling through Central Florida, providing a relief from the heat we had since last week.
A few very isolated showers associated with the front are possible during the early afternoon.
Otherwise, mostly sunny with highs in the low-80s and low humidity as well.
Temperatures will be warming to the upper-80s to low-90s by Thursday and Friday with a westerly flow.
Meteorologist George Waldenberger will be tracking the showers and any thunderstorms development through the afternoon and will be live on Eyewitness News at 6 p.m. Make sure to follow them on social media and get the prompt updates.

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