Tropical Storm Cristobal will make landfall on the Gulf Coast today with threats of flooding rainfall, gusty winds and storm surge.
Showers and thunderstorms are primarily on Cristobal’s eastern and northeastern side, in a plume of deep moisture, which has, and will continue to affect Florida, including Osceola County and throughout Central Florida. North of Orlando is most likely to see more impact on Sunday than southern and eastern portions of Central Florida, but afternoon and early evening storms are still possible throughout Osceola. Temperatures will stay consistent in the lower 80s and we’re in for a very muggy day.
Our soggy summer weather trend will continue into next week and all the way into next weekend, with rain chances diminishing slightly midweek.
Welcome to the hurricane season everyone, and remember to look for our daily hurricane season updates on PositivelyOsceola.com, as well as information from our community business partner KUA. KUA’s hurricane guide is officially here! Be prepared by being knowledgeable… go to KUA.com to download the FREE Hurricane preparedness guide!
Have a Positive Sunday everyone!