ORLANDO, Fla. – After a rainy week, most of Central Florida will see a dry weekend, thanks to Tropical Storm Barry.
“Expect one more day of high rain chances Friday as Tropical Storm Barry continues to pull away from Florida,” News 6 meteorologist Candace Campos said. “Deep moisture combined with daytime heating and sea breeze collisions will result in scattered showers and storms.”
Rain chances will be at 60 to 70% after 2 p.m., with high temperatures near 90.
“As Barry moves further away this weekend, our winds will veer onshore, which will allow rain chances to drop to 20 to 30%, with highs in the low 90s,” Campos said.