Rain chances are on the rise for your Tuesday thanks to a stalled out boundary to the north of East Central Florida. The cloud cover and elevated shower chances will help keep those temperatures down a bit for us. Expect highs this afternoon in the upper 80's to low 90's. Shower coverage this afternoon is high in about the 50-60% range so keep the umbrella handy. Rain chances stay elevated for our Wednesday with some drying expect as we finish out the work week.
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