By midnight, temperatures will be in the low 80s, with a calm wind and mostly clear skies.
Early Sunday morning, rain chances begin through most of the day, with the greatest chance for rain around noon. Temperatures begin in the low 80s for the morning, with light winds from the southeast and mostly cloudy skies by noon.
Sunday afternoon, temperatures will peak into the upper 80, low 90s with winds in the teens from the southeast, as rain chances decrease just after sunset.
TRACKING THE TROPICS:
There are multiple disturbances in the tropics however are expected to dissipate for there is a chance to become a tropical storm:
Disturbance 3: Could become a broad low pressure area with a 50 percent chance of developing over the next seven days.
Disturbance 2: Could develop into a low pressure area
Tropical Depression Six is expected to become a remnant low in the next 72 hours
Disturbance 1: Has a 70 percent chance of developing into a Tropical Depression but could be short-lived due to upper level winds
Disturbance 4: Has moved off the coast of Africa and is a tropical wave but only has a 30 percent chance of developing into a depression.
Please note that the direction, developing and dynamics of each disturbance will chance every day. So far, none of these disturbances will threatened Florida.