Flood Watch stays in effect for all of East Central Florida for the rest of your Tuesday. Widespread rain with some heavy downpours on tap again for the p.m. time frame. Shower coverage is in the 60% range with highs in the mid to upper 80's under mainly cloudy skies. Things calm down for us late tonight with overnight lows dropping down into the low 70's. Drier and sunnier conditions make a return by the end of the work week and into the upcoming weekend.
Heavy rain and storms will bring the risk for flooding and delays for many in the Deep South to the Carolinas.
Frequent showers and thunderstorms over Florida experienced during September thus far are likely to continue into October.
The East and West Coast were affected by storms during the middle of the week, while across the globe, South Korea received significant rainfall from Fung-wong.
A storm system moving northward along the Atlantic coast during the middle of the week will bring not only a soaking rain to the region, but also gusty winds and the risk of minor urban and coastal flooding.
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