There is another chance of rain for Central Florida on Wednesday, but at least it will be warmer compared to last week. Central Florida will see mostly cloudy skies on Wednesday, but it will be warmer with highs back near 80. It also means there is a 40 to 50 percent chance of showers with the winds coming out of the east at 5 to 10 mph. Mostly cloudy skies for Wednesday night with the lows dropping into the low 60’s.
Who in Volusia County ordered all the rain? Daytona Beach has had more than 3 inches of rain since Tuesday and one location near Holly Hill was approaching 5 inches. That is a lot of rain for this time of the year. In fact, Wednesday has been the rainiest day in Daytona Beach sine Hurricane Irma. The heavy rain did cause some problems with flooded roads and even mud washing into the roads at the construction site for the new Interstate 95 and I-4 interchange area.
Don't forget your umbrellas as you head out because Central Florida may see a decent chance of rain for Tuesday's forecast. People will see clouds building Tuesday, but it will be warmer with highs back in the middle 70’s, but that also means Central Florida may see a 50 percent chance of showers. The winds will be east at 5 to10 mph. Mostly cloudy skies for Tuesday night with the lows dropping to near 60.
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